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Yellow Wagtails

Posted by knottender 
Yellow Wagtails
August 08, 2017 04:09PM
Bank End

Two juvenile Yellow Wagtails dropped in during a downpour, looking exactly alike, possibly from the same nest. They stayed around for 30 minutes and disappeared.

Also 137 Pied Wagtails, plus Linnets and 13 Little Egrets and a few Whimbrel.

Andrew
Re: Yellow Wagtails
August 09, 2017 12:54PM
One Yellow Wagtail this morning, much more yellow plumage than those yesterday.

Two Wheatears and 50 Pied wagtails and lots of Linnets

Andrew
Re: Yellow Wagtails
August 13, 2017 08:34AM
3 Yellow wagtails seen together for 20 mins and then disappeared.

A Wheatear, 150+ Pied Wagtails, and a first of the Autumn Meadow Pipit, also seen.

Andrew
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