Storrington and Amberley Wildbrooks

When I looked out of my window at 6AM this morning a Bullfinch flew down from the Lime Tree and landed on the fence opposite brielfy before flying off over the houses, the first time I've seen one in the garden. 

It was only a quick trip to Amberley as the cattle had escaped onto the footpath so I cut it short. The White-tailed Eagle is still around, perched on its favoured post on the east side of the reserve. A Redshank could be heard calling from the swamp again and both male and female Cuckoo were heard around the trees at Ham Corner. On the way back it was a joy to watch the House Martins collecting mud. 

White-tailed Eagle

House Martins


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