Sunday, 25 September 2011

Long-staying RING OUZEL

This weekend, Geoff Lapworth saw Brendan Glynne's male RING OUZEL again, feeding in bushes across the river about 50 yards along from the stone bridge. A SHORT-EARED OWL was also flushed at the site (Dave & Gail Simms).

Elsewhere, Barry Reed watched a TREE PIPIT fly over Amwell and an OSPREY flew south over Warren's Green, near Stevenage, at 1045 hours (Ken Smith)

Wilstone Reservoir has really quietened down now - highlights over the weekend being the RUFF still and a first-winter MEDITERRANEAN GULL briefly.

Simon Knott noted a COMMON STONECHAT and several WHINCHATS at King's Meads (Stockade Mead) on Saturday

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