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Monday, 28 March 2011

In celebration of British summertime.

In failing light a few hardy birders made it to Blaenserchan in celebration of the first opportunity to actually do some birding after work. A confiding yellowhammer was a bonus given its scarcity but the real star was a performing tree pipit and possibly another in song some distance away.

The light was poor but did manage a few record shots of this tree pipits parachuting display flight.

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