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Friday, March 08, 2013

8th March

Bushy Park

Teal: 4 were seen on the Scrape, the others were probably on the small pools.

Little Egret: one has been showing well in the Woodland Garden and on the stretch of water by Roaring Arch (south-west corner of the park).

Redwing: at least 40 birds feeding in the paddocks or at the western end of Lime Avenue.

For Sale

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Nikon Fieldscope ED82 + 30w with stay on case..... £850

Nikon Fieldscope DSLR attachment………………… £175

Nikon Coolpix Camera attachment……………………£50

My fiend has this scope that is no longer needed and has asked me to help him try and sell it. He has only had it for just over 2 years and is in immaculate condition and is a cracking scope.

If interested leave a details in comments section.

You can add (see below) to the list of stunning birds already seen through the eye piece.

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3 comments:

glen said...

I'm doing the lotto....great scope.

birdman_euston said...

9 Mar:
3 Shelduck, 2 Gadwall, 1 Lapwing circling Park playing fields (area 37) then N 07:25, 1 Water Rail, 2 Redwing, 20+ Goldfinch SW over St John's Lodge a.30 at 09:45, 1 Siskin; no Shovelers for 1st time this year.
As expected, a male Wren is building a nest in the upturned roots of the tree that fell through the fence just inside the NE gate to Queen Mary's Gardens a.18, bringing in small dead leaves at a rate of knots. Jay singing in a.17 nearby. Crow adding twigs to nest at NE end of Longbridge Island a.36.

birdman_euston said...

10 Mar:
1♂ Wood Duck roosting on SE shore of Heron Island area 8, 3 Meadow Pipit NW 07:10 past Hub a.38 - the first passerine migrants I've seen this spring apart from thrushes.
For a second day at least, the male Wren is packing leaves into his nest in a.18, trying to impress. :)