Friday 2 March 2018


A female Shoveler and Teal on Decoy Lake was evidence of a little cold weather duck movement, the Tufted Duck population also being boosted back up to 18.

Unlike Teignmouth, there were thousands (easily 8,000+) of Redwings and Fieldfares in a constant stream all day flying south-west, sometimes in large flocks of up to 100. A local Peregrine was hunting in the morning, making short work of an exhausted Fieldfare. Lapwings and Golden Plover were also seen, but not near as numerous as yesterday.


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