Species 57


This is not a great photo but it is good enough to record the fact that this is a Snow Bunting and it has spent the day with us in the second meadow. It wasn’t overly worried by us, actually. Snow Buntings spend the Summer in Arctic regions, breeding and raising their young and then a few come to the UK in the Autumn and spend the Winter down the east coast. What a treat to see it here – our 57th species of bird.




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