Warnham Nature Reserve
Although it was raining, today I visited Warnham Local Nature Reserve in Horsham.
Every year a pair of Common Terms breed at Warnham and normally produce about 3 young. Today I saw that there was 3 young being fed by the adults and you can see that there adult plumage is coming through.
|You can just about see the three chicks to the left of the photo|
When I was just about to leave the hide a Kingfisher whizzed past.
In the Woodpecker Hide, which has feeding stations, most of the birds I saw where juvenile Blue Tits and Great Tits as well as the occasional Chaffinch.
In the last hide that looks over the lake, one of the terns sat on a perch.
Two swans were chasing after another all around the lake, it was quite funny to watch because the swan that was getting chased wouldn't go away. After a while of being chased all around the lake it left.