I had a long walk around Attenborough today – with sunblock and sun hat. The Egyptian goslings seem to be thriving and a male kestrel sat in the entrance to the nest box so I presume the female is sitting on eggs. I hoped to see and hear some warblers (whitethroat, blackcap etc) but I had to be content with the explosive song of a cetti’s warbler but no sighting.
My first clear view of a song thrush so far this year.
This great crested grebe struggled to swallow a large fish
Another shot of a male reed bunting. I’m not sure if he intended to eat the ladybird.
This is the list of birds visiting the garden in March