Saturday, 1 June 2013

Burton Marsh

Another look around Burton Marsh, this time when it's not freezing cold. Everywhere was lush and green, with buzzing insects and more shade from the trees. Not much going on around the feeders, even the Brown Rats were down to one persistent nibbler. Probably more interesting in the winter.

The reed beds are full of Sedge Warblers and we also saw a Whitethroat.

Ragged Blue Tit


Brown Rat

Brown Rat

Sedge Warbler

Thick forests of Hogweed and Buttercup


Snipe Fly

Snipe Fly on glass

Snipe Fly on glass

Snipe Fly on glass

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