Grass Snake, and Whitethroats

20/06/2015 This Grass Snake was found sleeping under a log by our pond. The log was replaced immediately.
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I missed the excitement as I was watching Whitethroat from the 1066 Path. One bird shot up from a bush & did an amazing aerial flight making a noisy, chattering sound. Another flew over the Cow Parsley chasing insects. It made lots of acrobatic twists & turns & again made loud calling sounds.
Libby
With apologies to Libby for late posting, which was due to one of us being away with no access to the internet. Contributors are encouraged to send in sightings to both of us as we are unlikely to be away at the same time.
Many thanks.
Ralph — Dave
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