This is a well marked Harrier in Gloucestershire
Is this striking orange bird a well mark Hen Harrier or a Northern Harrier or a Hybrid Pallid x Hen Harrier. I have been counting bars on P10 and P8/P9. I would like to hear comments on this bird.
The three pictures are all the same bird.
You really need to look at the records from BBS data that has some statistical gravitas. Hence the need to record your sighting even though they are not part of s survey. Hearsay evidence suggests a continued decline. which is really sad.
The target has to be two species.
I do not mind which two. The score so far is one (Tengmalm's Owl).
Target for August will be Fea's Petrel again. I know that it's not going to be a tick as it can not be separated.
The Autumn opens up the field some what. Just please do not make it an island...
I am not a fan of BirdTrack. However as the County Recorder for Gloucestershire I do have a plea. People that have ticked the box to send their records onto the recorder, due to the new privacy laws could they email the recorder to let them know that their records are on Birdtrack. I often have...
Right, here’s the thing I am going to delete my UK400 list from my dbase recording system (Sorry Lee). This decision was taken as it is not widely used now and it is not maintained anymore. I only used it so that I could compare lists based on a level playing field. I now use Bubo and would...
Thanks for that.
I have just popped it in the fridge / Freeze to slow it down so that I can take a pic of the hind wing.
Any advance on how long to leave it the fridge / Freeze to allow a pic to be taken...
Glos 27th June
Good night last night. 64 sps and 478 moths.
Reddish Light Arches
Green Oak Tortrix