Warren Glen

A walk around Warren Glen this morning, to see if any autumn bird migration was going on. Not much- 6 calling Willow Warbler/Chiffchaffs, and 1 nice bright Willow Warbler seen-a migrant; a Crossbill calling out to sea, but no hirundines .
Best was a bush on top of the cliffs at the bottom of Brakey Bank containg 3 small raptors sunning themselves- a Kestrel and 2 juvenile Sparrowhawks, the latter playing around on the steep cliff and soaring about. A Grass Snake was sunning itself at the bottom of the Bank, and 50 Linnets were in the radish fields at the top of the Glen.


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