Yesterday was a grey misty Sunday. The spring migration season has just about fizzled out: a bit of a quiet one this year.
Some muted birds on a somewhat muted day.
Other stuff around included Cattle Egret, Green Sandpiper, lots of Grey-tailed Tattlers, a small flock of Falcated Duck, Eastern Marsh Harrier and newly arrived Black-browed Reed Warblers.
5 thoughts on “Fizzled Out”
Come on Stuart please! We in the UK would die to see Snipe, Shrike and especially Wryneck on our local patch!!!! yes migration gone quiet in London too so welcoming Butterflies and Dragonflies as finally we have hotter and sunnier weather arriving….
Hi Tony, not exactly local but I take your point!
Bull-headed Shrike is one of my favourite shrikes…..a nice bird to have to help the spring passage fizzle out…
Thanks John, actually Bull-headed Shrike is a common breeder, not even a passage migrant sadly.
A welcome winter visitor for us in south China