Sunday, 13 September 2015

A week of aurora

...often hidden by cloud but some nice moments.

An interesting field full of waders at Palace today yielded just three Ruff in the end but surely it will attract something sooner or later. Otherwise a Goldcrest was a year tick and a Kestrel was just second for the year. Tantalising was a largish warbler that flitted out of the verge and across the road but was not refound.

At home a Phyllosc flitted across the garden and disappeared into next door's.

and a few hovers...

 Syritta pipiens

 Xylota segnis

 Syrphus ribesii

 Home sky

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