|Red-rumped Swallow, May 2019|
A recent personal highlight has been seeing a couple of male Yellow Wagtails return to the farmland on the edge of Wardington - between the village and the A361 - an area where they breed fairly regularly but last year were absent. They sometimes perch on the roadside fence line and have become quite used to traffic so with a bit of patience and luck it is possible to get some nice views. The look to be nesting in the adjoining expanse of winter wheat this year. The area has also been good for Skylarks, Linnets, passage Wheatears and Brown Hares.
|male Yellow Wagtail|
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