Orange-tip

Sunday 11th April 2010

This Orange-tip at Coombe Hill canal was my first of the year (above). Birds along the canal and from Grundon Hide included the Brent Goose (still), a White Wagtail, 5 pied Wagtails, two Willow Warblers, two Chiffchaffs, a Blackcap, a pair of reed Buntings, two Sand Martins, two Swallows, a pair of Gadwall, three Shoveler, two Oystercatchers, 12 Shelduck and four Greylags.

Comments

Neil said…
I've read somewhere, lost it now ! That there's an early morning, think 4am, guided walk on cleeve hill to listen to chorus and guide to birds on the hill. Not sure if i've missed it or not, i'm struggling to find any ideas online, any ideas ? thanks
Paul said…
Hi Neil, not sure if I can help; I did see on their website that Cheltenham Bird Club "will be leading a Dawn Chorus meeting on April 25th on behalf of the Cleeve Common Conservators. More details in the local press or from the Bird Club field meetings secretary on 01594 544042."
Daniele C. said…
Congratulations Paul, your butterfly
called Anthocaris cardamines-Pieridae

hello
Daniele C. said…
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Daniele C. said…
Very nice Paul, I have not yet managed to photograph it ...!!!
present tasks even here in Italy and just yesterday I observed, but no shots ...!!!

hello

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