Back to the A4 Corridor

This morning I had a walk in Savernake to the north of the A4 for a change. It was pretty windy and there wasn’t much about. Most noticeable were Coal Tits with at least a dozen seen. Otherwise it was just ones and twos of the common stuff. When it started to rain it was back on the A4 to Froxfield. Fifteen Little Egrets in the stream field today along with a small flock of Lapwing, a hundred and fifty or so Black-headed gulls, fifty plus Starlings and unusually for here four Red Kites feeding on the ground. I wonder if frogs are the main attraction along here although good for the Egrets  I don’t know if a Red Kite would be eating them.

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