|Juvenile Bearded Tits at Swineham|
|5 of 6 birds present|
|Cobwebs at Swineham: a metaphor for my recent relationship with it|
|Great White Egret at Middlebere - surprisingly difficult to catch up with in Dorset given that there have been semi-resident birds in Hampshire and breeding birds in Somerset. And they rarely stick around here.|
|Reed Warbler, Swineham|
|Migrant Hawkers, Swineham|
Anyway, as it was just down the road we were back for the second half in time to watch Winfrith's playmaker lash two blinding volleys past Wareham's defence. There was a happy ending after the match though as both Mitchells connected with the Egret, thus reducing the risk of any smouldering resentment at my earlier antics.
|Tree Pipit, Swineham|