Posted Saturday 27th October 2007 at 14:48 by Colin
Ashleworth Ham Nature Reserve on a cool, overcast day, temp 13 deg C., wind SSW 7 mph, 82% humidity.
The Great Grey Shrike was present for its 11th day and, with the lack of aerial insects, was noted dropping down from its various perches into the vegetation before returning to its branch. Presumably the bird was foraging on the ground instead of taking aerial prey.
Peregrine, Buzzard and Kestrel were the raptors noted and yet again there was...