Sunday, 9 June 2019

Walk along The Thames at Rainham

I parked up in the small car park about 7.30am and walked east towards the rspb centre, before retracing my steps and on to the serin mound. Sun was shining and it was a pleasant walk. Spotted a family of Whitethroats with at least four full-grown young. Sedge Warbler still singing along with Cetti's. Lots of Swifts whizzing about and a few Martins. Two male Marsh Harriers one was I presume performing an impressive territorial display, with lots of twisting and turning with wings folded back and rolling, it also gave some regular calls. Although distant great to see.

Large Skipper

Linnet

Red Admiral

Sedge Warbler

Sedge Warbler

Small Tortoiseshell

Whitethroat

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