Thursday, 28 July 2011

June and July Updates

Present AM, JS, MW, RG, CG, LH, and KH.
The weekend weather for these two months was poor, but a total of 29 species were ringed some of which were pullus.
They were as follows:
 Oystercatcher 5, Herring Gull 1, Great Spotted Woodpecker 1, Tree Pipit 1, Dipper 4, Wren 9, Dunnock 20, Robin 26, Blackbird 7, Song Thrush 5, Mistle Thrush 1, Lesser Whitethroat 8, Whitethroat 5, Artic Tern 5, Little Tern 2, Ringed Plover 10, Garden Warbler 2, Blackcap 31, Chiffchaff 31, Willow Warbler 25, Goldcrest 2, Pied Flycatcher 63, Marsh Tit 3, Coal Tit 12, Blue Tit 19. Great Tit 13, Treecreeper 4, Chaffinch 5, Bullfinch 15.

The photographs below typify the two months catching, interesting but not inspiring.

Song Thrush that had been anting.

Not a Juvenile to Catch on First Outing Alone

Bill Not Broken ,Malformed.

Worth a Picture as Not Caught Often

1 comment:

simon said...

Nice shot that last one!