Sunday, 22 April 2018

Out on a Limb.

This unusual side branch growing through the trunk of its neighbour took my attention as I returned from a stroll around the extremities of my local patch at Bampton, it was good to see Skylark,Yellowhammer,Linnet,Red Kite,Green Woodpecker and good numbers of Butterflies including Small Tortoiseshell,Peacock,Brimstone,Large White and Orange Tip.
Little Egret showed well on a trip to pit 60 along with Common Sandpiper, Oyster Catcher and Gadwall. Further south between Challow Station and Sparsholt Chiffchaff and Whitethroat were much in evidence. The rising temperature has given everything including me a feel good factor, but I fear it will not last -the good weather that is. The Oxon Feather.


 Yellowhammer
 Gadwall
 Also at Pit 60 Goosander
 It takes more than one to make a Summer
 Rainbow necked Stock Dove in my garden
 Little Egret sporting a pretty fancy hair style


 Far distant Common Sandpiper and Oyster Catcher

 Distant Linnet one of about a dozen

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