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Monday, October 11, 2010

11th October

Jackdaw: the largest movement ever recorded was noted between 8.00am and 11.00am, though most were recorded between 8.00m and 8.45am. Some of the birds did land in trees bordering the lake, but were moved on by the local crows. I then had work commitments, but several groups were seen when that was finished, so how many were actually on the move?

Redwing: sixty headed west to north in small groups.

Song Thrush: fourteen flew west in one’s and two’s.

Siskin: three flew north.

Meadow Pipit. six singles were recorded.

Chiffchaff: three were in area 31.

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