Monday, 7 November 2016

Cold but sunny!


Two Woodcock and seven Golden Plovers greeted us at Harrington Airfield this morning and the main contributors to evidence continued autumn migration was good numbers of thrushes and Starlings. Chaffinches, Yellowhammers and Reed Buntings were coming down to the feed but it seems that the last wave of Bramblings have passed through now.

This afternoon and four Stonechats showed themselves at Blueberry Farm together with a hunting Barn Owl.

Birds north of the causeway at Pitsford Reservoir late this afternoon included four Scaup, three Great White Egrets, thirteen Little Egrets together in the Scaldwell Bay and still plenty of Pintail. The usual large winter corvid roost was scattered over the reserve...


Neil M


Carrion Crow


Hundreds of Jackdaws, Carrion
Crows and Rooks make up a large
corvid roost at Pitsford Reservoir.

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