The Start of Spring at RSPB Frampton Marsh

An early start at RSPB Frampton Marsh in Lincolnshire rewarded us with lovely light and fantastic birds including plenty of migrants, although it was a tad warm as we progressed through the day ... not something we were saying a week or so ago! Migrant Sedge Warblers appeared to be proclaiming their arrival everywhere while the more subdued tones of the resident Reed Buntings were equally welcome. Reed Warblers appeared to be too busy to sing while Common Terns called overhead attempting to drown out the sound of the many mating and nesting Black-headed Gulls. The evidence of their behaviour suggests the Terns will also need to be on their nests soon! The beautiful Avocets seemed to be every

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