Monthly Archives: September 2014

Spurn 21st September

Ha…. after Fridays trip and saying how rare the place felt, what happens but a Masked Shrike is found at Rose Cottage early Saturday morning! We had football on Saturday so couldn’t go till today, Sunday. We arrived around midday … Continue reading

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Spurn. 19th September 2014

Having an afternoon free we decided to head over to Spurn as there had been a good selection of birds in the area over the last week. We started at Sammys Point where birds were very obvious, even in the … Continue reading

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Garden Goldcrest 22nd August 2014

This juv’ Goldcrest was in the garden on the 22nd August, fairly sure it hatched very close! A male was singing earlier in the year in the garden. I suspect they bred in our large conifer (they have before).

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Alder Flycatcher! Well old news!

Ancient history from 2009 this, but this species finally enters the official British List on the strength of this bird in Cornwall… so I thought I’d re-post my video!   ….and my field sketches  

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9th September…. Small Update!

Due to ill health I’ve not been able to do much to post about but we have done the odd bit, last night we went up to Carsington Water and were suprised to hear there was a Black necked Grebe … Continue reading

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