Aylmerton Nature Diary

Monday 15th May

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Song Thrush, juvenile – one species which appears to be on the increase in recent years

Cley NWT all day. Had a quick walk around the park this evening. The pair of Nuthatch are still attending the nest along the shelter belt. A ‘squeaking’ juv Song Thrush, in the same vicinity as the Spotted Flycatcher yesterday, had me going for a bit. Nice to see at least one garden species doing well. Marsh Tit along the Western edge of the lake, male Mandarin on the lake and the Little Owl in the usual tree. A Green Woodpecker flew across the water meadow whilst I was watching the Lapwing, which appears to be sitting again.


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