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Old Friday 20th April 2012, 19:19   #15176
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Bedburn area this morning - Redstart male singing, Blackcap male singing, Pied Flycatcher male singing. LSW. Also in same area Willow Warbler, Chiffchaff, Nuthatch, Treecreeper, Mistle Thrush, Song Thrush.

Hamsterley Forest - Goshawk x2 & Jay seen from by Lunton Hill. Golden Plover c.200 overhead flying NW.

Eggleston Common - Buzzard x2.

Bolliehope Common - Ring Ouzel x7 - only one area checked, Wheatear 20+, Grey Wagtail Pair, Buzzard x2, Grey Partridge.
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Old Saturday 21st April 2012, 10:37   #15177
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Bolden Flats

Bolden Flats was productive first thing this morning. A male Gargeny, Gadwall, 2 Shelduck, 12 Curlew, 1 Swallow, 2 Redshank, 3 Common Snipe and a singing Lesser Whitethroat.

Roker Park was interesting, Single singing Chiffchaff and Willow Warbler, a Great Spotted Woodpecker and 2 Swallow.
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Old Saturday 21st April 2012, 20:50   #15178
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Dormans Pool - 8.30am - Marsh Harrier male, Grasshopper Warbler, lots of reed Warbler now back.

RSPB Saltholme - main pool - LRP x2 Little Egret by Kingfisher wall.

Saltholme Hide - LRP x2, White Wagtail x5, Yellow Wagtail x1, Wheatear x1, Brent Goose x2.

Top Tank/mound - Yellow Wagtail & Wheatear x2.

Sand Martin x3 checking out the wall by the visitor centre. Also Yellow Wagtail over.
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Old Sunday 22nd April 2012, 09:34   #15179
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Boldon Flats

The Gargeny was still present this morning also 2 Green Sandpipers.

Also this morning; 17 Tufted Duck, 2 Grey Heron, 1 Gadwall, 8 Teal, 4 Coot, 2 Moorhen, 2 Shelduck, 1 Little Grebe, 9 Curlew, 1 Common Snipe, 2 Canada Geese, 1 Chiffchaff, 1 Lesser Whitethroat (singing), 5 Sand Martin, 6 Swallow, 2 Reed Bunting, 2 Oystercatcher and 2 Redshank.

Yesterday evening there was a single House Martin at the Academy pools.
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Doras wood, yesterday: Chiffchaff (see below), male Blackcap, male Bullfinch.

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Around and about

Bishop Middleham this afternoon:

2 Corn Hunting, 1 Little-ringed Plover, 6 Yellow Wagtail (1 Blue-headed Wagtail), 2 Chiffchaff, 1 Willow Warbler and Swallow and Sand Martin all around Castle Lake.

Seaton Common to look for the Lapland Bunting and Hooded Crow but did not see either. However, while looking for both I did see a Ruff, Green Sandpiper and a stunning pair of Gargeny on the pools next to the North Gare access road.

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Old Sunday 22nd April 2012, 20:42   #15182
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RSPB Saltholme - am - a first for the reserve with Avocets nesting at Paddy's Pool.

Also present at Paddy's Pool - Golden Plover, Brent Geese x2, Shoveler, Oystercatcher.

A few Swallows and Sand Martin around again but no sign of any activity at the colony wall when I was there.

A Sparrowhawk was seen in flight between Haverton Scrub and the Middle Tank.


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Old Monday 23rd April 2012, 07:30   #15183
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Bishop Middleham this afternoon:

2 Corn Hunting, 1 Little-ringed Plover, 6 Yellow Wagtail (1 Blue-headed Wagtail), 2 Chiffchaff, 1 Willow Warbler and Swallow and Sand Martin all around Castle Lake.

Seaton Common to look for the Lapland Bunting and Hooded Crow but did not see either. However, while looking for both I did see a Ruff, Green Sandpiper and a stunning pair of Gargeny on the pools next to the North Gare access road.
Hi Andy,
I saw a blue headed type Yellow Wagtail at Bidh Mid on saturday morning and believe it was Channel Wagtail rather than pure flava.

Also I was rather surprised to see a Dipper on the River Wear this morning, actually on the weirs in the town centre. Stunning birds!
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I saw a blue headed type Yellow Wagtail at Bidh Mid on saturday morning and believe it was Channel Wagtail rather than pure flava.

Also I was rather surprised to see a Dipper on the River Wear this morning, actually on the weirs in the town centre. Stunning birds!
Hi Michael,

It was a Channel Wagtail; the head was a light grey colour in shade and the supercilium extended right along the head which gave the bird an almost 'capped' appearance. There was little contrast between the super and the head as the head was that light grey in shade. In strong sunlight I bet it looks fairly stunning. There was a Channel Wagtail at Bish Mid last year and also a Blue-headed Wag, presumably this bird is the same as last years.

Dippers are now found along parts of the River Wear not previously inhabited; thankfully they are not to uncommon in Durham city. Great to see them extending their range so much. I never saw Dipper all that much when I started birding some 7 years ago but they are a regular site now, got to love them.

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I saw a blue headed type Yellow Wagtail at Bidh Mid on saturday morning and believe it was Channel Wagtail rather than pure flava.

Also I was rather surprised to see a Dipper on the River Wear this morning, actually on the weirs in the town centre. Stunning birds!
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Hi Michael

That is really interesting. I had trouble deciding about this bird yesterday. I went through Alstrom's book on returning home, but it does not review or include birds from hybrid zones!

Intermediate forms from these wagtails will always be interesting and I noticed that head colouration was noticably pale. It was a stunning bird and I would like to see more of the flava subspecies.

Where exactly did you see the Dipper?

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What Gull?

Photographed this bird at Iona ferry landing on friday. I have an idea what it is but would like someone to confirm my ID.

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Old Monday 23rd April 2012, 12:40   #15187
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Are you thinking 1st Winter into Spring Glaucous gull?

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Not sure what age, although my first thought was Glaucous Gull, thanks for the quick reply Mark.
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Hi Mick,

I see Mark has already replied with Glaucous Gull; in regards to age I would agree with 1st winter starting to moult into 1st summer. Looks a bit small so perhaps a female Glaucous Gull? Got nice dipped in ink black tip to bill and primaries just say extend beyond tail.

Nice looking bird!

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Old Monday 23rd April 2012, 15:13   #15190
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Around Bollihope today, 2 pair Ring Ouzel nesting, x1 S.E.O. 7+ Willow Warbler, x2 Common Buzzard.
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Bollihope area and Low Barns

I went early up to Bollihope yesterday and saw 3 Ring Ouzels there and another 5, just up the valley from there. I also saw a black cock displaying and although that was the only male there there were 2 females. 2 woodcock flew up from about 10 yards away, and there was a dipper flying up the stream. Onto Tunstall woods to look for Redstart without any luck but there was a smashing male Pied Flycatcher there, testing out the nestboxes. There was also Grey Wagtail and Common Sandpiper on the dam wall. At Low Barns here was a fly past kingfisher on Marston Lake and a pair of Great Crested Grebe displaying and nest building.

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The Dipper was on the Weirs in Durham city itself, on the weir by Milburngate bridge.

Sorry Andrew, I knew it was channel didn't put my point over well. Well done on finding it btw Andrew!
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Couple more from Weardale yesterday

Couple more from Weardale yesterday.

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Old Monday 23rd April 2012, 18:45   #15194
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Seaton Common - am - Yellow Wagtail x2, Wheatear x5, Linnet x6.

Saltholme Pond west - 7.30am - Avocet x3 outside front of hide.

Cowpen Marsh by Seal Sands Roundabout - Whimbrel x9.

Dormans Pool - Grasshopper Warbler x1, Linnet x4, Stonechat x2, Reed Warbler 15+, Blackcap singing. Short-eared Owl hunting area by lower car park at 8.30am.

Cowpen Bewley Woodland Park - Common Whitethroat x5 - first I've seen this year, Blackcap 7+, lots of Willow Warbler & Chiffchaff. Great Spotted Woodpecker. Sparrowhawk & Kestrel x2 males over Faith Wood. Lake very quiet only birds of note were a Cormorant and Heron x3.

Video clip - Yellow Wagtail - http://youtu.be/MM5paI6O2gs

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RSPB Saltholme - am - Grasshopper Warbler at Haverton Viewpoint. Glossy Ibis reported there later seen by others.

Haverton Scrub - Tree Sparrow, Bullfinch, Linnet, Blackcap, Willow Warbler, Chiffchaff.

Wheatear by Haverton Gate.

Paddy's Pool - Avocet pair still present. Brent Goose x2 in the distance on Back Saltholme.

Saltholme Hide - Avocet with colour rings, six reported there earlier. Dunlin x1, LRP x2, Black-tailed Godwit x3, Redshank. Goldeneye male on Back Saltholme. Several Swallow and a few Sand Martin.

Common Tern x1 reported by others on Back Saltholme last night and two reported this morning over Visitor Centre plus possible Sedge Warbler by Wildlife Watchpoint.

Grasshopper Warbler & SEO reported again at Dormans Pool.

Whimbrel x10 still on Cowpen Marsh.

Yellow Wagtail & Hooded Crow still on Seaton Common this afternoon.


Dormans Pool -pm - Lesser Whitethroat singing by the level crossing in bushes towards rear of Petro Plus. Also Blackcap and Grasshopper Warbler still.
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Teesside - Yesterday

Dormans - short eared owl, linnet, possibly two grasshopper warbler, stonechat pair, wren, backcap.
Saltholme Hide - 3 Black tailed godwit, LR plover, dunlin, white wagtail, reed bunting, meadow pipits, skylark, 5 swallows, goldeneye and 4 avocets overhead.
Paddys Hide - 2 avocets amongst the BH gulls and 1 IanF .
WWPoint - 2 LR Plover, coot with chick and little grebe.
Phil Stead Hide - little grebe, kestrel, distant little egret, gadwall etc.

North Gare access road - 3 wheatear, meadow pipits and skylark.

Zinkworks Road - Kestrel and 4 linnets.

At least 6 distant whimbrel at Cowpen Marsh
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Dormans Pool - 8.00am - Marsh Harrier x2 - male and female. Female headed over to Saltholme Ponds where it was mobbed by Crows and flew off north. Common Tern x5 flying NE over the screen towards estuary from Salthome Ponds. Also Grasshopper Warbler, Blackcap, Linnet, Dunnock with fledglings x4. Several Swallows & Sand Martin, LRP and distant view of Swift over Saltholme Hide.

RSPB Saltholme - Paddy's Pool - Avocet x4, Common Tern x2 one with blue ring on left leg, Yellow Wagtail. Walking back to visitor centre Swift overhead with House Martin, Sand Martin and Swallow feeding over Kestrel Trail.
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Dormans Pool - 8.00am - Marsh Harrier x2 - male and female. Female headed over to Saltholme Ponds where it was mobbed by Crows and flew off north. Common Tern x5 flying NE over the screen towards estuary from Salthome Ponds. Also Grasshopper Warbler, Blackcap, Linnet, Dunnock with fledglings x4. Several Swallows & Sand Martin, LRP and distant view of Swift over Saltholme Hide.

RSPB Saltholme - Paddy's Pool - Avocet x4, Common Tern x2 one with blue ring on left leg, Yellow Wagtail. Walking back to visitor centre Swift overhead with House Martin, Sand Martin and Swallow feeding over Kestrel Trail.
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Hi Ian, is the Grasshopper Warbler around the bottom Carpark area?

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