Thursday, 13 May 2010

Thursday 13th May

A couple of Whitethroats singing along Gallagher's Gallop this morning, including one in the hedgerow near Kiln Barn Farm - it seems to have been a good year so far for these birds on my patch.  I paid a long overdue visit to Ditton Quarry at lunchtime, a few Blackcaps and Whitethroats but really quite quiet. 


A toad and a Holly Blue were the only other sightings of note.

5 comments:

Razboynik said...

I've also noticed that Whitethroats are becoming more prolific. In Cornwall, I found them everywhere.

Greenie said...

Adam ,
So it was Common Whitethroats all round yesterday then .
I agree , it's seems to be a really good year for them all over .

Warren Baker said...

Looks like you made that toad blush! :-)

Alan Nottage said...

Lesser Whitethroat at the same place, give or take, on Thurs 27th Adam! TQ716562 - hedge left hand side with gallops on right. Agree re y/hammers and linnets in EMRS! No waxwing though :>)

Al

Adam said...

Cheers Alan

Long overdue a Lesser Whitie - I'll check it out next week. Thanks for info.

Adam