This blog is about my birding exploits, which mainly take place in the Weymouth/Portland area, in Dorset. Will also include stuff from elsewhere, plus some other critters too. Hope you enjoy. All photographs are © Brett Spencer, unless indicated otherwise. The above image is of a Siberian Rubythroat, taken in Holland in 2016.

Monday, 26 March 2012

March Isn't So Bad

An evening walk around Littlesea, on The Fleet, came up trumps with a stonking male Ring Ouzel.  It later transpired that the bird was first found yesterday. Of course, I didn't go there yesterday, bloody typical. Still, at least I saw it.

What a beauty!

Mind that razor wire buddy.

Had the misfortune to meet a completely ignorant twit looking for the Richard's Pipit, who, no matter what I said, didn't care about flushing the Ring Ouzel. After we had exchanged verbal abuse, he went on his way. Mark gave me a good description of him, he called him a Twatcher. Thankfully, there were others who DID appreciate this bird.

The best of the rest were 10 each of Wheatears and Sandwich Terns.

A couple of photos from Abbotsbury yesterday.

A pair of Tufted Ducks.

"Do I look like a Wood Duck?"  No, sorry mate, you are a Mallard stupid!

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