Harbour Update – posted 01/07/16

This evening we hosted our first of two July Nightjar walks at Arne RSPB reserve and the Nightjar certainly didn’t let us down. If you’ve never been on one, the RSPB host walks on Wednesday evenings which you’ll need to book onto, but they’re well worth it and to top the night off a juvenile Tawny Owl was calling in the Arne car park when we had finished (sound recording below). On Lytchett Heath the Whitethroat was seen again and was discovered to have a ring on its leg. In the reedbed at the bottom of Lytchett Heath several Bearded Tit were calling and there were 2 each of Bullfinch and Linnet and singles of Blackcap and Dartford Warbler.

Common Whitethroat – Lytchett Heath – Paul Morton


Juvenile Tawny Owl – Arne car park – 02/07/16 

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