Water Pipit

30 Nov

I done Farlington Marshes this morning and I seen a water pipit. I think it is a water pipit. It was near water and it looks pipitty.

I think this is a water pipit

I think this is a water pipit

I also saw a Magpie Tree (treeus magpius). Magpie trees are not really trees. They are elaborate eggs from which magpies hatch, like the ones in this picture.

Magpie Tree

Magpie Tree

I also seen other things but they was mostly out of focus on account of the cold weather and the earliness:

Canada geese

Canada geese

Brent Geese

Brent Geese

Black-Tailed Godwits

Black-Tailed Godwits

Birds

Birds

Teals

Teals

Stonechat

Stonechat

Starlings

Starlings

Shelducks

Shelducks

Reed Bunting

Reed Bunting

Pintail

Pintail

Oystercatchers

Oystercatchers

Meadow Pipit

Meadow Pipit

Little Egret

Little Egret

Lapwing (complete with wing laps)

Lapwing (complete with wing laps)

Kestrel

Kestrel

Great Crested Grebes

Great Crested Grebes

Curlews

Curlews

Curlew

Curlew

Cormorant

Cormorant

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3 Responses to “Water Pipit”

  1. Suzanna December 2, 2013 at 3:52 pm #

    This is too normal, can we have more weird? Cheers.

  2. ash December 6, 2013 at 12:16 am #

    She has a point go to a wi club or st james’s plenty of weird birds

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