Thursday, 4 June 2020

June birds

Accepting that things are a little different this year and it's difficult to get out and about and with twitching almost out of the window I thought I'd take a minute to look back at previous June birds and reflect on happier birding times.

Common Rosefinch at Tottenham Marshes, a nice local twitch with a few familiar faces.
Blue-winged Teal at Berry Fen Cambridge

Squacco Heron on Hookers pit at Dunge

Marsh Warbler from Serin mound at Rainham
Little Bittern on the river Colne Rickmansworth
Purple Heron at Dunge

Black Kite at Selling in Kent
Pacific Swift at Trimley marshes in Suffolk
Roller at Edgefield
Black-winged Pratincole at Shellness in Kent
Wilson's Phalarope on the Isle of White
Melodious Warbler at Tiln in Notts

Spectacled Warbler at Burnham in Norfolk
Short-toed Eagle in Ashdown Forest

Hudsonian Whimbrel at Pagham Harbour

American Golden Plover at Rye harbour
Great Knot at Titchwell

Elegant Tern at Church Norton

Bonapartes Gull at Oare marsh in Kent

Black-headed Bunting and a Subalpine Warbler at Flamborough Head
Lesser Grey Shrike at Horsey
Black-winged Pratincole at Frampton marsh
Little Bustard at Slimbridge

Be great to see days like this again soon

Remember those socially social days we used to enjoy
So the month of June delivers for sure and most of the above were life ticks for me as highlighted so it's a really good month to be out and about.

Stay safe guys.

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