Saturday, 24 October 2009

Wreakes Moss 24 October 2009

Present: JAF

Wreakes Moss is a component of the larger Duddon Mosses National Nature Reserve. We have not used the site since September 2004 but I visited it today to install a feeding station for later use. I put up a net for half an hour before the heavens opened and caught 10 new birds.

New Birds: Coal Tit 1; Blue Tit 7; Great Tit 2.

Noteworthy was the use of the last ring on a string of 1000, the first of which was used on a Blue Tit in Roudsea Wood on 2nd March 2008.

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