Sunday, 15 July 2012

Signs of passage

A single DUNLIN was new in at College today, whilst Wilstone's popular pair of SPOTTED FLYCATCHERS have fledged at least 3 young from their Black Poplar nest-site. Still 1-2 COMMON SANDPIPERS at Wilstone with two different EURASIAN CURLEWS seen flying west.

I have received three reports of a displaying Honey Buzzard today close to the reservoirs, whilst several tiny groups of COMMON CROSSBILLS have been seen, mostly flying towards the escarpment. COMMON RAVENS have successfully bred near Drayton Beauchamp.

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