Wednesday, March 28, 2007

Tjeldstø 28 March 2007

Male Pied Wagtail svartryggerle
Two of the 150+ geese now in the reserve

The excellent weather continues unabated. Nothing terribly special today but now upwards of 150 Greylags grågås using the reserve, Common Snipe enkeltbekkasin now displaying, the first Hedge Accentor jernspurv of the year sang from my garden and a Skylark sanglerke gave a brief burst of song out in the reserve.
Other than that two alba wagtails, one of which was definitely a Pied Wagtail svartryggerle and at least four Teal krikkand.

A Woodcock rugde at Solberg was another observation worth mentioning.

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