Sunday, 3 April 2011
Pulborough Brooks today; full of bird song.
There were scores of Canadian geese and lots of Shelducks plus some remnants of winter visiting ducks.
As I was leading the walk from the Mid Sussex Ramblers programme, there was limited time to pause to photograph more. We saw a kestral hovering but not the falcon that was here the last time we were here in January.
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