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Barbondale beck

Posted by Paul Daunter 
Barbondale beck
June 11, 2019 03:55PM
Barbondale on the 10th

4 pied flycatchers incl. 2 males
at least 2 nest sites
2 spotted flycatchers feeding
3 redstarts 2xf 1xm
2 great spotted woodpeckers
2 grey wagtails
4 pied wagtails
1 common sandpiper
1 buzzard
1 kestrel
2 wrens
loads of willow warblers

Paul D
Re: Barbondale beck
June 11, 2019 08:24PM
Common Sandpiper is a good sighting here. I've not seen it recorded here in many years, my last was 11 years ago in June 2008 despite in excess of 25 visits.
Re: Barbondale beck
June 12, 2019 09:29AM
This bird was acting injured and trying to draw me away, so it may have a nest
location; FB by Blindbeck bridge and Fell House farm
Re: Barbondale beck
June 13, 2019 11:45AM
They have bred or attempted to breed in that area every year for several years at least. It's just outside my main study area so I don't monitor them closely, but I usually go and check for colour ringed birds.

All the best,
Stuart
Re: Barbondale beck
June 13, 2019 01:39PM
How many records of CS here since 2008 please.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 13/06/2019 03:28PM by Pete Woodruff.
Re: Barbondale beck
June 13, 2019 10:40PM
I only started searching properly a few years ago. Usually just the one visit each season but 1 or 2 birds seen in each of 2017 and 2018. Don't think I went in 2016 but will check. Definitely saw them there one year soon after I moved up in 2012, but don't think I've got a note of it.

They also breed near Gawthrop at the top of that road (but in Dentdale) most years - though not this year. Numbers seem to be slightly down from 2018 in the wider area.
Re: Barbondale beck
June 19, 2019 10:06PM
I reported Barbon bird on 6 June on here.

Suggest you use the Search Sightings box above to check.

Jeff B

( Just been watching a dozen plus black teens on the fjord north of Tromso in the midnight sun. )
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