Tuesday, 13 September 2022

Great Birding


Long-tailed Tit

Well what a great few days. Common birds putting on a nice show, scarce birds in good numbers and a few rares out of reach kept the searching going. Need a day to catch up on washing (clothes and car).


Willow Warbler

.. with an itch

Didn't realise sycamore leaves made such great 'Sunbrellas'.


Yesterday (12/09/2022) There were still many grounded migrant birds around, ( 7 Garden Warblers, 2 Spotted Flycatchers. 1 Pied Flycatcher, 5 Redstarts, Several Blackcaps and numerous Willow Warblers and Chiffchafffs. Today a little quieter but still a scattering of those species present.

Curlew Sandpiper

Pied Flycatcher


Swallows (and the odd one out) ready to head South just as my first Pink-footed Geese flew across the Marine Park this morning.

Lesser Whitethroat

Mistle Thrush



Lovely photo (even though I say it myself) just wish I had photoshop to remove the little white spoiler. ;)

Spotted Flycatcher

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