Friday, 5 March 2010

Heron at Manoa Valley

Due to dog watching I could only cram in a short visit to the Manoa Valley. The usual parking spaces at the bottom of the lane have been crudely cordoned off. Whether this is a temporary or permanent thing I do not know.
The birds seemed again in very short supply with only a Chiffchaff and Wren making an appearance at the start of the walk where usually you get a Goldcrest or two , Chaffinches , Long-tailed and Blue Tits.
The only other sightings were a Heron fishing the White River or Gover Stream and a trio of Grey Wagtails.

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