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Birds in Orchard, Pony Wood and Flora Ponds


First, a song thrush singing in the Orchard.


In Pony Wood these two young magpies were waiting for an adult to feed them.


This juvenile lapwing was by the Flora middle pond both in the morning and again in the evening yesterday.


This oystercatcher flew in for a wash and brush-up and a drink in the evening last night.


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  1. Hi Ian

    I think I must have seen the same young lapwing when I went past as I thought it didn’t look ‘quite right’ for an adult.

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