There was no sign of the Hume's Leaf Warbler at Littlesea near the site for today's Richard's Pipit (see earlier post) but a Black Brant was among several hundred of its Dark-bellied cousins on the Fleet. The flock moved close to the shore towards the end of the day but by this time I had lost sight of the Black Brant. The geese settled briefly before being flushed spectacularly by a passing dog.
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Welcome to Peter Moore's wildlife blog, created largely to compensate for a failing short-term memory by providing a record of my experiences watching and photographing wildlife. I have been fortunate enough to see over 450 species of bird and 61 species of butterfly in Great Britain, photographing most of these (badly) over the course of the last 15 years.