Thursday, 25 April 2013

Lesser Whitethroat

Hundreds of Swallows were arriving in the foggy conditions late morning, I was enjoying watching these at Seaton Marshes (too gloomy for decent photos) when I got a text from Steve telling me of a Lesser Whitethroat which was singing and showing well on the entrance track to Black Hole Marsh. I was on foot so a bit worried I wouldn't get there in time, but luckily it was still there, if somewhat more elusive. I wasn't in a hurry though, so waited patiently for around half an hour and eventually it began singing and showing well again, only very briefly, but long enough to snatch a couple of shots good enough for the photo list.

No. 94 Lesser Whitethroat

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