Aylmerton Nature Diary

Saturday 12th August

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Little Owl, in it’s usual spot

It’s been a busy week and, as a consequence, I’ve not been in the park for a few days. There wasn’t much new happening on the lake but I did noticed half a dozen juvenile Moorhen and a Reed Warbler was ‘croaking’ from the reed-bed. As I approached the south east corner of the lake a Green Sandpiper, flushed by an approaching dog walker, called briefly before disappearing from view. The Little Owl was in it’s usual spot and along the shelter-belt a family party of Chiffchaff. Nine House Martin, with a single Sand Martin, were hawking for insects at the edge of the water meadow.


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