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Displaying, singing and nest building
A lot of displaying seems to be happening all around Blacktoft - from the marsh harriers busy chasing, patroling and doing a bit of skydancing to the little grebes calling and displaying on some of our lagoons. We have been watching two spectacularly marked male marsh harriers busy at work in front...
27 Mar 2011
Owls still here and more newcomers
The long-eared owls that we found on Sunday are still here and offering excellent views for our many visitors this week. This week has also seen a little bit of change with many birds returning to Blacktoft. Most noticeable is the black-headed gulls . Also skylarks have been singing up at Ousefleet...
25 Feb 2011
Day 18 of long-eared owls
They are still here! I have been to Scotland and back since my last blog on the 1st March and these owls appear to have not moved. OK they must go hunting at night but return to roost each day next to our xerox hide - offering close views of these amazing birds. Once you have had a look at the...
9 Mar 2011
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