Amberley Wildbrooks

The White-tailed Eagle was possibly very distant over the Rackham side this morning and probably not viewable from the Rackham viewpoint. 10 House Martins moved over and there were a few Yellow Wagtails and many Meadow Pipits around. At least one Sedge Warbler was seen among the reeds near the wet wood and a Water Rail was heard. Jays have been very visible recently and today there were at least four, and all seemed to be collecting acorns from the oaks around ham corner and escorting them along the path up to the wet wood, where presumably they burried them. 

Amberley Wildbrooks, taken yesterday 18/09


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