A spoonbill flyover

A busy admin and practice day today, but I managed a short walk at Lady Anne’s Drive, where I encountered the usual suspects with the addition of a couple of kestrels – a bird I don’t always see there – and a beautiful looking male hen harrier.

But probably the highlight of this brief visit was a flyover by a group of nine spoonbills – more than I’ve seen in a single flock before.

spoonbills in flight (photo taken 2015)

No new species for March 8th:

Birds = 138
Moths = 9
Wildflowers = 23