Saturday, 29 August 2009

Saturday 29th August

Had to go into work today, filming for BBC Countryfile (look out for me on your screens next Sunday evening!), but the upside was that I caught sight of a new bird for me in Barming/Teston area as I drove there - a Common Buzzard, soaring over the rookery by Barham Court Lodge off the A26 Tonbridge Road. On the way back, another raptor, Harris Hawk, drifting over the Glebe Lane/Tonbridge Road area.

6 comments:

Warren Baker said...

Common Buzzard must have been an overdue species for you Adam.
I'll watch out for you on tv tonight ;-)

Ken Browne. said...

Hi Adam
Not bad for yesterday, a long overdue Common Buzzard for your patch, considering that they are now our comonest bird of prey
Also with the escape Harris Hawk.
I will look for you on TV.
PS. Can I have your autograph please??

Adam said...

Thanks boys,

I've had Common Buzzard on East Malling patch but not Barming, even though there were numerous reports a couple of years ago (not by me - they always eluded me!).

Not on TV until next week - sorry if you sat in expect to hear my brummie drawl and got to see some lambing instead!

Adam

Ken Browne. said...

So that wasn't you then?? I really should go to Specsavers Adam.
Sorry mate, couldn't resist it.

Warren Baker said...

there was a bloke called adam on though!

Steve said...

Nice Buzzard spot. I've never sen one down here, just in Wales. Are we still going to be able to talk to you now you're famous!