Cosmeston

Sparrowhawk was present again this morning in the ‘snipe paddock’ and allowed for a better photo. It had its back to me but I made a not too loud ‘ticking’ noise and it turned its head. Thx to the binocular toting person near W lake, who alerted me to its presence. There were 9 Mistle Thrush feeding in the middle of W paddock, with a single Redwing. Fieldfare were present but mostly in tree tops along the mile road and also in trees adjacent to the golf course in E. paddock. Didn’t really check out the wildfowl although there were a lot of drake Tufties on W lake.

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