Saturday, 12 February 2011

COMMON RAVENS again at Amwell

At Amwell today:

Both COMMON RAVENS over Easneye Woods in the morning (before 9:30), before disappearing east. They flew back southwest late in the afternoon, crossing into London airspace (the first time I have actually seen this — they came from slightly different directions and could easily have passed behind our backs if the gull roost had been a bit more interesting)

Otherwise the usual suspects were seen: 4 Little Egret, 1 Bittern (Bittern Pool), 1 Pintail, 6 Smew (2 drakes), 15 Goldeneye, but strangely no Red-crested Pochards (Jan Hein)

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