Sunday, May 10, 2015

Paxton Pits Miscellany

Another cool and windy trip to Paxton with 7 CCC members but a few shots to remember the day. Wrens were everywhere, singing their hearts out. There are apparently 14 pairs of Nightingales at Paxton but we only heard (and saw) one pair in the usual spot. An obliging Heron perched fairly close on a branch; not many insects were about but here a St Mark's Fly, Large Red-tailed Bumblebee and a Green Nettle Weevil; there were colourful patches of Common Cranesbill and Ground Ivy. 

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