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In search of a Kingfisher

Posted Saturday 20th April 2013 at 20:23 by snakybat
Updated Sunday 21st April 2013 at 13:23 by snakybat
Went to Leighton Moss today in search of a Kingfisher for my youngest daughter.
Saw a gorgeous pair of Bullfinchs at the feeding station and then on to the public hide. On the way there we saw a really brave Coal Tit collecting wool caught in a fence about a metre from where we stood on the path. We also saw a lovely Wren in a tree.
From the Public hide we saw Great Crested Grebe and a pair of Marsh Harriers. We then walked back and drove to the other site where we saw Avocet, Shoveler, Shelduck, Bar Tailed Godwit and, on the walk back to the car, a Whitethroat.

But no Kingfisher!!!!

Just a good reason to go back another day.
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