By Kenley Reach Farm a group of Lapwings takes flight with their squeaky calls. I spot a black rabbit, which are not that unusual in the area. Cormorants, Coots and a few Mallards and Moorhens can be seen from the bank on the fishing pond. I hear the first Yellowhammer song of the year by the entrance to Figham Common, which will be the next stage.
The Ferry Crossing on Thearne side, looking south.
These cows objected to me walking on the riverbank.
The bend in the river by the fishing lake. Two Moorhens crossing.
Cormorants resting on the fishing lake.
Entrance to Figham Common.
Cormorant flying over the river.
Stage 5 aerial view. 1.8 km each way.
- Black-headed Gull
- Blue Tit
- Carrion Crow
- Collared Dove
- Common Gull
- Great Tit
- Greylag Goose
- House Sparrow
- Mistle Thrush
- Feral Pigeon
- Song Thrush
- Stock Dove
- Tree Sparrow