The highlights on another warm spring-like day were both overhead; the first February record of Red Kite drifting north at 8.15am and the third Warren record of Glossy Ibis high east at 10.30. Elsewhere a Sandwich Tern and a Red-throated Diver were offshore, a Chiffchaff was at the Main Pond and the first four Ringed Plover of the year(!), 99 Common Gull and three Black-tailed Godwit were in the estuary.
Long-tailed Tit - Alan Keatley
Red Kite - Alan Keatley
Wildlife News: Despite the weather still no butterflies or solitary bees were seen , however there were a couple of hoverflies with an Eristalis tenax and an early, no doubt migrant, Eupeodes corollae - the fifth species of the year.