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More birds around after storm

Permalink 11:50:57, Categories: Observation by Howard  

After Thursdays storm more species seem to be around than previously seen but even then this years migration less dramatic than previous years - question is has wide spread regional winter rains allowed birds to move on a broader front or is climate change having an effect on migration patterns?

Lesser Grey Shrike
Lesser Grey Shrike

Black-eared Kite
Black Kite

Black Kite

Isabelline Shrike
Isabelline Shrike

Little Bittern
Little Bittern

Rufous Bushchat
Rufous Bushchat

Spotter Flycatcher
Spotter Flycatcher

Willow Warbler
Willow Warbler

Yellow Wagtail
Yellow Wagtail


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