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Sunday, 13 February 2011

Quiet Tringford, Slightly More Active Marsworth

I had hoped to be taking a boat out on Tringford on the Saturday morning, but sadly it was not to be, largely due to delays in my leaving in the first place; down to frustrating phone calls to banks. There was not much activity on Tringford beyond a couple of pike fishermen, and likewise along the Trout Stream, so after spending a cold time waiting and hoping, I decided on moving to Marsworth where there was a little more activity, and I was generally not very lucky with the sunlight, so there was not much to show for my efforts.

I stayed close to the reeds and was occasionally visited by Mallards, and Coots and overflown by a Cormorant and Gulls, the Tern were concentrated mainly on the far end close to the Grand Union Canal, but never came close.

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