16.7.19 Cuckoo

A few images from the last few days. Mainly high pressure conditions with very light winds meandering from the SE to SW in direction, there was also an impressive full moonrise over the see at 9pm on the 16th which immediately went into eclipse!


Cuckoo in shooters Bottom on the 16th.

Although relatively quiet for me, c25 Sand Martin went east in one flock along with 5 Swift, a Reed Warbler was also heard churring from near the cattle trough, all signs of a changing season.

On the evening of the 15th no less than 3 juvenile Yellow legged Gull were feeding in the pasture fields around Hodcombe shortly before dusk.







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