Tuesday, 15 March 2016

Bird of the month - March

Well this one was rather predictable - the Pallas's Warbler at Portesham. I was hoping to keep the blog headers restricted to patch birds but unfortunately the patch has been pretty quiet so far this month, apart from the long-staying GW Teal and Glossy Ibis.

It takes a while to make the header and like last month, this month's bird is rather premature to take the spotlight. On the other hand, if something really good does turn up, then I won't hesitate to spend the time on a quick replacement header...

In other news, WHERE IS SPRING?! It's about time there were some nice Summer migrants to find and photograph...

P.s. thanks for all the emails, messages and website views associated with this endearing warbler. My blog views are averaging well over 1000 per day so far this month! I find it interesting to see where the views come from too; there are viewers all over the World, with UK (50%) and US (30%) being the largest two audiences.

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