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Waxwings & Bramblings

Posted by P Marsh 
Waxwings & Bramblings
January 24, 2005 01:04PM
High Bentham
Missed the boat between Christmas and New Year when accessed to the entrance of Riverside Caravan Park but did not ask to go in. There were up to 200 WAXWING feeding on ornamental rowans (four-five rows of them) at the western end of the site opposite the sewage works

High Bentham Church
Brambling numbers now up to c75 SD668688. The best way to observe/count roadside Brambling is to 'pish them' into the trees above your car (best with sun roof)!

Pied Wagtail
After 7hrs 50 minutes fieldwork, finally connected with Pied Wagtail (3) in SD66 at the last site visited, Bentham sewage works!
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