Monday, 22 April 2019

West Worthing and Horse Eye Level

A flock of 13 Mediterranean Gulls flew over as I got into the car to head to Horse Eye Level. We arrived to news that the two Cranes had flown off and were nowhere to be seen but things took a rapid turn for the better when they appeared in flight in the distance, heading northwest! The pressure was off, so Ingrid and I spent a pleasant hour exploring the level, with the sound of Whitethroats, Sedge, Reed and Cetti's Warblers and displaying Lapwings, while we also logged a Great White Egret, a Yellow Wagtail, a Red Kite and a Swallow.

Great White Egret at Horse Eye Level