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Thursday, May 10, 2007

10th May

Common Tern

Common Tern: The pair were here from at least 6.00am, they probably roost here.
Reed Warbler: 1 singing still in area 2.
Swift: A flock of 30 flew through at 8.00am. There were always birds to see in all directions.
Swallow: A small passage was noted from 11.00am, with at least 30 birds being seen.
Sand Martin: 1 flew north at 12.50am.
House Martin: Apart from the resident birds others were noted heading north between 12.30 and 1.20pm.


Piers Aitman said...

Nice photo!

I can't come on Sunday, so no need to worry. There were a few blackcaps and the female kestrel feeding on the ground the other morning when I came past. Do you know the whereabouts of the woodpeckers these days - heard drumming in area 25, and seen flying over the children's playground by Gloucester gate a couple of times recently, but otherwise a bit secretive...



Tony Duckett said...

I have not been able to track them down yet. When the eggs have hatched the young are very noisy, this is the best time to track them down.