Sunday, 21 September 2014

(0630 - 1330) moderate N E to start,which quickly went round to a moderate N.

After a week or so of light easterlies.This morning was all change,with a rather strong northerly. Which instead of becoming lighter as forecast,if anything,became stronger.

Far fewer nets could be put up this morning,due to the wind.This proved to be very frustrating as all morning good numbers of Meadow Pipits were passing through.Other birds seen passing over included one flock of 17 Jays along with a few Skylarks,Song Thrushes,Grey Wagtails and a Raven

A covey of 6 or more Grey Partridge was seen in the White House area.While over the sea a few Brents  passed.

Birds ringed.

Blackcap  7

Lesser Whitethroat  1

Goldcrest  1

Robin  1

Blackbird  2,one of which was a Continental bird.

Chiffchaff  6

Wood Pigeon  1

Blue Tit  1

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