Saturday, 26 February 2011
Posted by Ploddingbirder at 19:51
Thursday, 24 February 2011
Sunday, 20 February 2011
Saturday, 19 February 2011
Posted by Ploddingbirder at 18:38
Thursday, 17 February 2011
Posted by Ploddingbirder at 20:10
Sunday, 13 February 2011
moving west with a few Red-throated Divers and a single Great Northern Diver, also 26 Brent Geese east and 4 Fulmars. In the Gull roost Stubby Tail was the only interest. On the ARC Pit from the road 7 Smew(1 Drake) and 5 of our American Friends. At Scotney 150 Golden Plover and little else.
Posted by Ploddingbirder at 16:33
Saturday, 12 February 2011
On the way to Dungeness a Barn Owl was hunting the fields south of the Military Canal and common Buzzard sitting on the road side hedge. At the ARC Pit a Bittern flew towards Boulderwall Farm. On the pit 19 Smew (2 Drakes), 16 Goldeneye, 5 Ruddy Duck, all the usual dabblers, 3+ Marsh Harriers and 2 Chiffchaff in the Willow Trail and 15 Whitefronts over. On the reserve 4 more red head Smew and 6 Goldeneye on Burrowes Pit,. At Christmas Dell a Firecrest and 3 Goldcrests. On Denge Marsh 4 species of Grebe. The Red-necked Grebe and Blck-necked Grebe both showed well infront of the hide. From the view point another Bittern gave brief fly by. On the sea from the fishing boats hundreds of Great-crested Grebes, numerous auks flying by and on the sea with tens of Red-throated Divers and Kittiwakes and Stubby Tail still showing well.
Posted by Ploddingbirder at 22:12
Wednesday, 9 February 2011
. In the woods several Firecrests, Nuthatches, Treecreepers and Marsh Tits and the Tawny Owl in his usual tree. On the down side i failed to locate any Dartford Warblers, i'm hoping i just overlooked them rather than them being wiped out by the snow.
Posted by Ploddingbirder at 20:35
Sunday, 6 February 2011
On the sea from the shelter of the fishing boats 126 Great-crested Grebes, 42 Guillemots, 6 Razorbills, 78 Auk sp and 4 Red-throated divers west in half an hour. In the gull roost no sign of the 1W Glaucous Gull but as i scanned the flock this one stood out from the rest.
|Another one of those gulls?|
Posted by Ploddingbirder at 20:19