Monday, 1 September 2014
Lesser Yellowlegs at Croft Pascoe, Lizard
The pond at Croft Pascoe is looking particularly attractive at the moment with low water levels exposing a decent amount of mud and shallow water. Additionally, a new scrape has been created which clearly has an attraction to waders. A Wood Sandpiper plus a few Common Snipe were also present. I photographed the Lesser Yellowlegs from the road as it fed fairly close. This is the first reported vagrant from the States for the season and I'm assuming Croft Pascoe will attract a few more soon.
Posted by swopticsphoto at 10:37