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Old Thursday 2nd September 2010, 17:08   #51
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Another Osprey today through the area - an adult at 11:20 this morning at Argal Reservoir. Being harangued by a Rook at the southern end before it disappeared off to the south.

Waders included some new ones, with Redshank (1 juv) and 2 Green Sandpiper, in addition to 1 (possibly 2) Greenshank and 2 Common Sandpiper. A juvenile Common Tern was resting up on the shore with 20 or so of the Black-headed Gulls. Still a long way to go to catch up with Stithians ...
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Just found this thread -

Stithians today - 5 Snipe, 5 Wheatear and 1 drk Wigeon from the Stuart Hutchings hide, 1 Coal Tit on the feeding station (patch rarity), 1 Teal on the Southern Cut Off and 1 Greenshank on the Northern Cut Off....
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Welcome to the thread. All fresh input appreciated I'm sure Hopefully some more good birds to come this autumn ...

Did the Pendennis Point to Swanpool stretch this morning (8:30 to 10:00).

3 Sandwich Terns past Falmouth Docks, with 2 past the Point. Nothing much else of note on the peninsula (Gannets, Kittiwakes, Fulmar, Greenfinch etc etc).

On the beach between Pendennis and Gyllyngvase 2 Little Egret, 15 Oystercatcher, 1 Curlew, 1 Knot (juv), 2 adult Med Gulls, and 5 (more or same?) Sandwich Terns resting. These flew out into the bay, where a Peregrine attempted to catch one, unsuccessfully.

Southern point of Argal Reservoir briefly this afternoon - 1 juv Redshank, 1 juv Green Sandpiper and 1 Common Sandpiper in front of the hide.

Invertebrates: (Pendennis point) - Painted Lady 2, Red Admiral 2
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Dropped in to the southern end of Argal Res briefly this evening. 2 Green Sandpiper, 1 Greenshank and 1 Common Sandpiper on the wader front, with 1 Common Tern out in the middle with the 100+ Swallows (didn't attempt a count to be honest). Notable was a flock (?) of 8 Grey Herons flying west. 6 Whinchat in a field near Treverva.
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Dropped in to the southern end of Argal Res briefly this evening. 2 Green Sandpiper, 1 Greenshank and 1 Common Sandpiper on the wader front, with 1 Common Tern out in the middle with the 100+ Swallows (didn't attempt a count to be honest). Notable was a flock (?) of 8 Grey Herons flying west. 6 Whinchat in a field near Treverva.
Argal is a lovely spot - I used to get up there regularly walking from Mabe - there are some huge fish in there - saw my only Hobby up there - and met a very sick Badger.
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Argal is a lovely spot - I used to get up there regularly walking from Mabe - there are some huge fish in there - saw my only Hobby up there - and met a very sick Badger.
It is rather atmospheric. Doesn't always have all that many birds though, and gets a fair amount of disturbance - probably because it is so nice to walk around, and the fish in it...

08/09/10 - Argal had 2 Green Sandpiper, 1 Greenshank, 1 Great Crested Grebe and 40 Curlew in the field below Mabe Church.
Treverva (private land) there was a mini-fall or something going on in the morning, with Common Redstart (1), Whinchat (3), Sedge Warbler (1) and Whitethroat (1).

07/09/10 - There were 2 Great Crested Grebe (first this side of the year), and College had the first Wigeon of the autumn (a single).
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Pendennis Point this morning - (c. 8.30 -9.45)

Blackcap 3, Willow Warbler 3, Chiffchaff 10+

Common Swift 1, House Martin 10, Sand Martin 3, Swallow 20+

Wheatear 1, Sandwich Tern 3

There were c. 20 Oystercatchers from the east side as far as Gyllyngvase, Swanpool quiet too. 1 Painted Lady on the point.
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Argal and College this morning:-

Argal 9:45 to 10:45am - Juv Little Gull at north end by car park, feeding fairly continuously. Single Greenshank and Green Sandpipers at southern end, with another Greenshank on western side. 10 House Martin through briefly, 6 Swallow, 2 Chiffchaff and 4 Blackcap. Great Crested Grebe 1 and the Tufted Duck 1.

College 10:45 to 11:20 - 1 Wigeon, 48 Coot, 65 Herring Gull, 3+ Grey Heron.


A couple of days ago (Monday 13th September), Pendennis Point and area, Falmouth (Forgot to report at the time, oops, not that any of it was that momentous);

Pendennis Point - Blackcap 2, Chiffchaff 6, Willow Warbler 1, Swallow 6+, Oystercatcher 21 roosting, Peregrine 1 circling overhead

Gyllyngvase Beach - 2 ad Med Gulls

Swanpool - 2 Raven over, 17 Little Grebe, 1 Willow Warbler, 1 Chiffchaff.

Had a report of a Swift yesterday between Treverva and Gweek too.
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Argal and College this morning:-

Argal 9:45 to 10:45am - Juv Little Gull at north end by car park, feeding fairly continuously. Single Greenshank and Green Sandpipers at southern end, with another Greenshank on western side. 10 House Martin through briefly, 6 Swallow, 2 Chiffchaff and 4 Blackcap. Great Crested Grebe 1 and the Tufted Duck 1.

College 10:45 to 11:20 - 1 Wigeon, 48 Coot, 65 Herring Gull, 3+ Grey Heron.


A couple of days ago (Monday 13th September), Pendennis Point and area, Falmouth (Forgot to report at the time, oops, not that any of it was that momentous);

Pendennis Point - Blackcap 2, Chiffchaff 6, Willow Warbler 1, Swallow 6+, Oystercatcher 21 roosting, Peregrine 1 circling overhead

Gyllyngvase Beach - 2 ad Med Gulls

Swanpool - 2 Raven over, 17 Little Grebe, 1 Willow Warbler, 1 Chiffchaff.

Had a report of a Swift yesterday between Treverva and Gweek too.

Keep the reports coming Dan, I'll be down this weekend!
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Keep the reports coming Dan, I'll be down this weekend!
Either everything will have cleared out, or the place will be dripping with Wrynecks and Long-billed Dowitchers (unlikely though). Good luck!


Did the Pendennis/Swanpool stretch this morning;

Falmouth Docks - 2 Sandwich Tern, 10 Swallow, 5 GBB Gull

Pendennis - Chiffchaff (9), Willow Warbler 1, Blackcap 2+, Songthrush 1, Coal Tit 4 (by coastguards), LTTit 6 on the point below the carpark (with another flock further inland), and a flock of 40 or so Goldfinches. Bullfinch etc. House Martin 10, with a mixed flock of 50+ mixed Swallows and House Martins building up. 3 Sandwich Terns, 2 adult and 2 1st w Med Gulls, with 1 Whimbrel and 1 Knot on the point. 2 Raven over. Common buzzard and Kestrel.

Swanpool - Chiffchaff 2, Kingfisher 1, little else of note.
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And the reservoirs;

Midday - checked out Argal from the dam (N) end and College briefly. Still 1 GCG, 1 Tuftie and 1 Wigeon on their respective reservoirs. Dozen or so Swallow at each, with 2 Chiffchaff at College, GSW heard, and 3 Chiffs and a Goldcrest at Argal. Thrilling stuff!

This evening - checked out the southern end of Argal. Still 1 Greenshank, 1 Green Sandpiper by the hide, with another Greenshank on the western side. 33 Curlew in one of the fields on the west side.

At my place near Treverva, 50 or so Swallow with 1 House Martin, 60+ Linnet, 1 Grey Wag and 3 Mipit over.
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And the reservoirs;

Midday - checked out Argal from the dam (N) end and College briefly. Still 1 GCG, 1 Tuftie and 1 Wigeon on their respective reservoirs. Dozen or so Swallow at each, with 2 Chiffchaff at College, GSW heard, and 3 Chiffs and a Goldcrest at Argal. Thrilling stuff!

This evening - checked out the southern end of Argal. Still 1 Greenshank, 1 Green Sandpiper by the hide, with another Greenshank on the western side. 33 Curlew in one of the fields on the west side.

At my place near Treverva, 50 or so Swallow with 1 House Martin, 60+ Linnet, 1 Grey Wag and 3 Mipit over.
Stithians has gone quiet again - Hopefully the WeBS count on Sunday will turn something up..
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Dan, you're not going to like it but I just had a message from a friend (an interested party, but not a birdwatcher) in Falmouth who saw, identified and photographed a Wryneck in a Falmouth garden last Saturday. They live in the area behind Gyllingvase beach.
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This morning -

Cormorant 8
Grey Heron 4
Mallard 21
Little Grebe 24
BH Gull 10
Herring Gull 97
Ringed Plover 15+
Coot 45
Tufted Duck 14
Little Egret 1
GBB Gull 1
Moorhen 2
Curlew 3
Teal 8

Also 1 Buzzard, 1 Kestrel, 20+ Mipit's, 3 Wheatear, 5+ Swallow, Chiff Chaff heard

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Argal and College Reservoirs this morning -

Argal - GCG 1, Tuftie 1, Blackcap 4 (all male), Chiffchaff 9+, Swallow 30+, Greenshank 2, Green Sandpiper 2, Curlew 12 on the waters edge with another 31 in. A flock of c. 120 House Martin overhead, Spotted Flycatcher 2, and a Rock Pipit on an exposed wall on the waters edge, both on the western side. Small Tortoiseshell 2

College - flock of c. 30 mixed Swallow and House Martin, Little Grebe, Coot 52, Tufted Duck 1 (first of season). Herring Gull 30. When I pulled into Asda shortly afterwards, c. 300 large gulls (presumably mostly Herring), flew up from the trading estate roofs nearby.
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75+ Swallow over the res at 7.15 am

Reported from the Stuart Hutchings hide -

3 Common Snipe
3 Little Egret
5 Wheatear
11 Eurasian Teal
12 Meadow Pipit
16 Barn Swallow
5 Little Grebe
6+ Pied Wagtail
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This morning -

Pendennis -Chiffchaff 5, one of which flew out to sea, Wheatear 1. Flock of c.20 Greenfinch, 6+Rock Pipit, Woodpigeon and Robin noticeable, (maybe 30+ and 15 respectively). Sparrowhawk. Little Egret. No hirundines.

Gyllyngvase beach - Med Gull 6 ad, 1 2ndw, 2 Sandwich Tern, 1 Little Egret, 1 Curlew, maybe a dozen scattered Oystercatchers.
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Omitted what was probably star bird of the day yesterday - 1 Yellow Wagtail flying over Pendennis (seen and heard). Back on the 20th, also a young stoat at the south end of Argal.

This afternoon at the reservoirs -

Argal - 1 Greenshank, 41 Curlew (moving between shore and fields below Mabe), 2 Great Crested Grebe, 6 Blackcap, 8 Chiffchaff (4 of which with LTTit flock near the car park), 1 Goldcrest, flock of c.20 Swallow and c.10 House Martin briefly, 3 Bullfinch. Also another birder - Will - most surprising event of the day.
Comma 1, Large White several, Speckled Wood frequent

College - 1 Little Grebe, 1 Kingfisher (heard only), 1 Water Rail (heard only) - most surprising bird of the day.
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Juv Pec Sand seen this morning (images on the link below)

This evening when i had my first chance to see the bird it couldnt be located.

1 Med Gull, 11 Dunlin and 8 Ringed Plover present by the Watersports centre though
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to add to Dan's report, 1 Kingfisher and 1 Grey Wagtail at Argal 1 Small Copper
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This is a quick note to all birdwatchers visiting the reserve at Stithians, could you all view either from the road or from the excellent hides. There has been a couple of incidents recently of birders walking around in front of the hides flushing birds. Thanks in advance for your co-operation.
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Not a bad morning at the two reservoirs ... started off quietly, but saw/heard the following -

Argal Res. 8:30 -10:00 -

Great Crested Grebe 2
Mallard 16+
Tufted Duck 1
Moorhen 1 in its usual place
Cormorant 4+
Grey Wagtail 2
BH Gull 15+
Green Sandpiper 1
Common Sandpiper 1
Grey Heron 3
Chiffchaff 13
Wheatear 1
House Martin c.50
Swallow c.5
Great Spotted Woodpecker 1
Woodlark 1 flew over southwards, calling
Mistle Thrush 3
Raven 2
etc

College Res. 10:00 - 10:45

Grey Heron 3
Cormorant 7+ roosting
Mute Swan family of 6
Coot 30+
Wigeon 5
Herring Gull 30+
Coal Tit 2
Willow Warbler 1
Firecrest 1 in a mixed tit flock (mostly of -)
Long-tailed Tit
Bullfinch 3+

An unidentified mustelid also crossed ahead of me on the path. Could have been one of about 5 species, although my suspicion would be young otter.
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And back to some kind of reality - managed a late morning saunter around part of Pendennis. Windy and wet, so did a seawatch from the car - 25 minutes or so produced 3 Gannet, a handful of the local Med Gulls (probably at least 3 birds seen), and a juv. Common Tern, making heavy work of the winds as it eventually came in just below the rocks.

Passerines were either sheltering from the wind, or otherwise already absent or distured by dog walkers, but 2 Goldcrest noted near the lifeguards, along with other 'normal' stuff. 1 Swallow overhead. 2 Little Egret, noted on the beach at Gyllyngvase, 26 GBBGulls on the roofs at the docks the main remaining interest.
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This morning (and into the afternoon - it was just a bit too epic to be honest ), we (myself and Will) did a bit of birding in the area, 60 or so species the final tally. Some highlights were;

Pendennis -
Wheatear 1
Swallow c.20
House Martin 3
Little Egret 1
Common Sandpiper 1

Gyllyngvase -
Med Gull 3
Little Egret 2

Swanpool -
Sedge Warbler 1
Chiffchaff 1
Kingfisher 1
Med Gull 3

Argal Reservoir -
Green Sandpiper 1
Common Sandpiper 1
Curlew 42
Chiffchaff 7+
Blackcap 5+
Grey Wagtail 4
Nuthatch 1
Great Crested Grebe 2
Canada Goose 10 (flew in from the west and continued towards College Res)
Tufted Duck 2
Wheatear 1

College Reservoir -
Canada Goose 10 (same as above)
Wigeon 6
Little Grebe 3
Chiffchaff 1
Water Rail 1 (h)


St Gluvias church, Penryn -
Chiffchaff 3
(No sign of Firecrest/YB Warbler reported from previous days in 20 minutes or so)

Penryn River -
Redshank 15+
Greenshank 2
Whimbrel 2
Turnstone 7
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