Upton Warren

Monday 4th May 2009
An afternoon in Webbs of Wychbold at Upton Warren, on a Bank Holiday Monday, was rewarded with a visit to The Flashes part of the Worcestershire Wildlife Trust's Christopher Cadbury Wetland Reserve, just opposite the garden centre. There is always a good selection of birds here at this time of year, and this visit didn't disappoint, with seven Avocets (above), four Little Ringed Plovers, a Common Sandpiper, two Dunlins, three Redshanks, two Oystercatchers, two Lapwings, two Sedge Warblers and a Cetti's Warbler.

Comments

midlands birder said…
your unlucky there are 9 there at the moment and when i went on the 2/05/09 there was 10.well doneon the dunlin so far i havent seen any at the warren
Paul said…
I was quite happy with 7, I look forward to seeing chicks when they hatch in due course.

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