Egyptian goose hanging out at Ham Wall VP2
Plus plenty of Hobbies and some Spotted Flycatchers.
Pictures of all of them on the blog.
FYI - your pic of a 'spotted fly' is a dunnock
your 'arctic tern' the other day is a common tern
Thanks for the corrections. That must mean that the rest of it is right!
I am sure there will be a few more errors to come.
Watch this space and keep checking for obvious mistakes.
The Dunnock one is a serious blooper.
The tern I can live with...
Some magical shots of Hobbies on your website - thanks to you and Andrew for sharing them!
And by the way, no worries about the mis-labelling, I have it on good authority that Spotted Flycatcher and Dunnock taste exactly the same to almost all Sparrowhawks. In fact, in a blind test after the feathers had been plucked, 9 out of 10 hawks couldn't tell the difference.
That made me laugh Nick :-)
Enthusiasm can sometimes cloud our judgement.
But we always enjoy ourselves which is all that really matters.
Now we just need to track down a Sparrowhawk eating a Dunnock/Flycatcher.
That would make a good picture I'm sure you would agree
i wouldnt worry about the mislabelling overmuch, we all mess up sometimes
just thought you'd want them right
and i echo nicks sentiments on the hobby shots, very enjoyable series of such a fantastic falcon