Wednesday 29 April 2015

Green-Winged Teal

We went to an area in Somerset today to look for Common Nightingale but we were out of luck as we didn`t see or hear any at all and the best bird seen there was a Garden Warbler , so we then headed for the RSPB Reserve at Greylake in Somerset and this time the luck was with us as we saw the American Green-Winged Teal that has been at the site for a while now and also seen was a female Western Marsh Harrier , we then headed for home and on the way we saw an amazing site of 45 Common Crane flying over a field very close to the road , what a terrific call these birds have !
Later in the afternoon when I was back at home I had a call telling me that there was two male Garganey on the Bowling Green Marshes so off I went again to have a look at these smart little ducks .

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