Aylmerton Nature Diary

Friday 22nd April

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One of the pair of Oystercatcher, feeding in the early morning dew

Managed to get out into the park before breakfast – the weather being overcast and cold. There was little of note on my way round and no sound of yesterday’s Reed Warbler in the reed bed. It was heard singing later though – presumably once it had warmed up a bit. The Oystercatchers were busy feeding on the grazing meadow, east of the dam and the very pale Buzzard was again sat on a fence post, along the Scarrow Beck.



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