It was very rewarding!
Red Kites were seen at two of the three sites they had been present a couple of weeks ago, which was particularly pleasing considering the cloud cover and wind. A pair of Marsh Harriers seem settled, with the maneuverings for a food pass noted (although the pass itself was behind a bush!) It was interesting to see a Common Buzzard actively displaying in an area that I hadn't noted before (although birds have been seen 'passing over' before!) A pair of Hobbies were actively hawking for insects, signs of possible local breeding? Sightings are usually restricted to late summer, where I have presumed they were wandering juvs or non-breeding adults. The long-surviving Harris Hawk was still present.
A Greylag Goose creche was interesting and it will also be fun finding out what these two ducklings will turn out like, considering their parentage!
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