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Posted by Jeff Butcher 
July 14, 2017 06:51PM
Don't normally go there in July but spent the morning walking from Blindbeck Bridge to the bridge in the woods and back. Weather not conducive to good birding - cold and windy.

We saw
a number of young wheatear
1 grey wagtail
1 juvenile redstart
1 spotted flycatcher
1 buzzard
1 blackbird
1 song thrush
heard a nuthatch
several wrens
woodpigeons and crows.
But in the woodland on the left on the way up we suddenly became aware of a huge movement of birds which included:
at least 50 mixed willow warblers and blue tits
2 + treecreepers
2 chaffinch
2+ great tits
2 juvenile robin

No hirundines at all, no swifts, no pied flycatchers, no chats, no dipper, no woodpeckers.


Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 16/07/2017 09:54PM by Jeff Butcher.
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