Sunday, 26 August 2012

The Safari spent two hours staring at a fairly empty sea, five close-ish Manx Shearwaters were the best of a limp bunch, then noticed a movement on the rocks below us...our first Wheatear of the autumn.

Also on the rocks, one of our faves...
A quick visit to the nature reserve gave us a nice peacock before the drizzle started and one each of Reed Warbler, Whitethroat, Blackcap and Willow Warbler. Not a great lot else but 19 Barnacle Geese flew in from the zoo and flew round and straight back out again!

A fly over Grey Wagtail brought the year's nature reserve total to 90.
Moffs in a mo! And the weather looks goooood!!!
Where to next? Not sure what's on the menu for tomorrow's Bank Holiday.
In the meantime let us know if it's autumn in your outback yet.


Warren Baker said...

Great to get the Wheatears Davo, Good luck with those Moffs :-)

Night Safari said...

Great shots! These pics are just so eye pleasing.Thanks for sharing about it.