Tuesday 5 March 2019


Peregrines have long been using some high man-made vantage points in Exmouth, but I see them so regularly around the area that I rarely check the buildings. I feel like I've been missing out somewhat. 
Mudbank today - a decent count of 179 Turnstone late this afternoon, along with 2 Goldeneye, 21 Wigeon and 6 Pintail. Little else going on in deteriorating weather, but Paul had a female Black Redstart on Church Road this morning, and there's every chance a Crane flew over Exmouth today too!


Peregrine food.

Summer-plumaged Common Gull - Mudbank.

No comments:

Post a Comment