Thursday, 22 June 2017

Upton Warren early June

Due to a trip to Scotland and Northumberland and a lot of other things going on, I haven't had chance to do a post about a visit we made to Upton Warren NR back on the 3rd. So as my memory isn't what it was, I will keep it brief and just post a few pics, the primary goal was to see the Avocet chicks as we know that we probably won't get many chances to get to Upton before they are all grown up, but we start with some Canada Geese,
 Now the Avocets,
 some youngsters are almost fully grown,
 but there is still some squabbling among the adults,
 a few Lapwing showed well,

 as did the Little Ringed Plovers
 as did the one LRP chick (although sad to say from reserve reports I don't think it made it)
A very young Avocet,
 Little Grebe,
 and a Willow Warbler
A loveley afternoon as usual.

1 comment:

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