Aylmerton Nature Diary

Monday 29th May

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Hairy Dragonfly

I managed an early morning walk around the lake, after the overnight rain and before my ‘duty day’ at Cley NWT. The only birds of any note were a couple of Mistle Thrush at either end of the lake, the usual group of Linnet at The Warren, a pair of Tufted Duck on the lake briefly before flying off and the Spotted Flycatcher in it’s regular Sweet Chestnut tree along the shelter-belt. Yesterday I visited a pond in the south east of the NENBC area – failed to find the target dragonfly but did manage acceptable photos of Hairy Dragonfly and also saw my first Brown Hawker of the year.


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