American Wigeon at Rutland



A couple of year ticks today in the form of the and an Osprey at Rutland Water. The Wigeon took a little work finding it but the Osprey was easy.

Rutland has twenty one Osprey this year with a slight in balance of male to female. I’m told eight pairs have been formed leaving five birds still looking for love which could bring its own problems as the loners could start to visit bonded nests with a view to finding a partner.

with a few Eurasians
American and
Osprey
Snipe

 

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Brian Anderson

Brian Anderson

Essex Birder using the blog as a diary of my trips around the country chasing birds. Enjoying the places it takes me and the people I meet along the way. Great to spend time with my Dad and brother as we chase our year lists and grow our life list in the process.

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Brian Anderson

Brian Anderson

Essex Birder using the blog as a diary of my trips around the country chasing birds. Enjoying the places it takes me and the people I meet along the way. Great to spend time with my Dad and brother as we chase our year lists and grow our life list in the process.

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