Thursday, 14 April 2011

Berry Head and River Otter

Fairly quiet at Berry Head this morning, but a Grasshopper Warbler was reeling 75yards down the lane from the bungalow and 2 Whitethroat were at the far end of the headland. No sign of the Hoopoe by mid morning. Early afternoon, the Bonaparte's Gull was still on the River Otter and showing very well with a just a few Black-Headed Gulls at the mouth of the river, about 100 yards from the shingle ridge. Also a White Wagtail briefly.