Monday, 21 April 2014

Blows Down

A walk at the weekend with the RSPB group to Blows Down at Dunstable was a nice walk had by all on arriving we just missed a Wheatear which had been reported in the paddock but around it had some nice views of singing Blackcaps and Chiff-chaffs calling giving close views on the bus track. We then walked around one of the fields and through a scrubby area where we had nice finch views with the highlights of a Flyby Bullfinch and a super view of a Kestrel hunting over the hills.

We then walked though the middle of the hill area  where we had super views of the Skylark singing and a few of us where lucky enough to have views of a Lesser Whitethroat. We then ended the walk in the woodland where we had plenty more warblers with Chiff-chaff and Blackcaps singing away and a Willow Warbler singing its beautiful song.

Blackcap singing away

Lesser Whitethroat which briefly popped out

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