As is normal for this time of year, birds activity is reduced as they concentrate on breeding and feeding the resultant progeny.
Locally we have a pair of Barn Owl, of which I've only managed to get the following distant photo. They have four chicks, that should be fledging soon, so maybe I'll have more luck later on.
|Adult Barn Owl|
Today saw the highest count of Little Egret of the summer with 8 gracing the ex-gravel pit shallows:
|2 of 8 Little Egret and a Grey Heron - interesting how posture changed the apparent size of the (same-sized) Egrets|
|juvenile Grey Wagtail|
|Landfill Methane valve|
|Grass cuttings pulled up by a 'whirlwind'|