Sunday, 13 July 2008

Wheldrake Ings YWT

Banded demoiselle

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A really nice visit to Wheldrake today in warm weather and no rain!

We usually visit in winter and spring time when there are masses of water about but today the meadows were beautiful with all the abundant flowers.

Banded demoiselle were along the pathway by the river with another Damselfly I failed to id and quite a number of restless Dragonfly in full flight. Quite pleased with the pictures which were handheld.

We saw three Herons fishing and heard good numbers of Reed Warblers. Whilst quite for birds there was still plenty to see and hear a Roe Deer sent Greylag geese in our direction in nice formations, who needs to go to RAF Cosford.

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