The Yankee teal wasn't at Druridge, seemingly it was on Chevington's south pool.
The cold conditions of Druridge came as a bit of a shock having just spent the last two weeks on a birding trip to Sri Lanka, with an average daytime of temperature of around 30 degrees.
|Singing Indian pitta in Kitugula Forest|
I've got the long dark nights of February to play around with photos and I will, eventually, post a full report and photos on my birding trips blog.
In the meantime, I'll be checking the Budge fields for the green-winged teal. No new species were seen today, but the drake pintail were showing well in front of the hide. My camera was still packed.....