Friday, 13 June 2014

Burton Mill was scorching today with many Common Blue Dragonflies flitting about and spawning Common Carp thrashing in the reeds serenaded by Reed Warblers. By the stream and on the nearby barn the Grey Wagtails were busy feeding their young:

At nearby Lavington Common, the odd Tree Pipit was singing as were a few Stonechats. In the car park a family of Great Tits were making their presence known and the usual bold Carrion Crow was nosing (or should that be beaking?) about: