Saturday, 30 November 2019

Freezing fog!

Hello

The challenging weather conditions this morning with freezing fog moving in pre-dawn ensured that any initial ringing at Harrington Airfield with mist nets was cancelled.

Dave Francis managed a little ringing at Pitsford Reservoir yesterday afternoon and this morning catching 55 birds which included a Redwing, a Song Thrush, three Blackbirds, a Marsh Tit, a Goldfinch, two Tree Sparrows, two Chaffinches, two Great Spotted Woodpeckers and three Yellowhammers. Eleven Dunnocks feeding at the feed station were all re-traps from previous sessions and included several which were four or five years old.

Birds at Thrapston Pits today included at least one Great White Egret, the Whooper Swan, five Pintail and a Kingfisher and a Water Rail. Three Goosanders flew off from Sywell Country Park.

Regards

Neil M



Black Redstart.


Alpine Accentor.

Black-winged Stilt.

Firecrest.

Two of three vagrant
Great White Pelicans.


Greater Flamingos.

A rather distant Wallcreeper!

Images from the recent trip
to the Camargue, France.

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