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Old Monday 6th May 2019, 18:52   #37976
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Spring All-dayers 1991-2005 & 2008-2019

Following discussion with a couple of birders yesterday, there follow a few stats. to, hopefully, give a little more meaning to the brief info shown on the annual checklist.

In the 27 years the all-dayer has taken place there has been a total, so far, of 137 species recorded.

Of these 45 have been noted in every year: Mute Swan, Canada Goose, Mallard, Tufted Duck, Great Crested Grebe, Grey Heron, Kestrel, Moorhen, Coot, Little Ringed Plover, Lapwing, Black-headed Gull, Lesser Black-backed Gull, Stock Dove, Wood Pigeon, Feral Pigeon, Collared Dove, Swift, Great Spotted Woodpecker, Sand Martin, Swallow, House Martin, Pied Wagtail, Wren, Dunnock, Robin, Blackbird, Song Thrush, Sedge Warbler, Reed Warbler, Blackcap, Chiffchaff, Long-tailed Tit, Blue Tit, Great Tit, Magpie, Jackdaw, Carrion Crow, Starling, Chaffinch, Greenfinch, Goldfinch, Linnet, Bullfinch and Reed Bunting.

No great surprises there, but what may be a surprise is the absence in the above list of: Pheasant (missing in '97, '99, 00 & 01), Little Grebe ('09), Cormorant ('99 & '16), Sparrowhawk ('08), Buzzard (not noted until '94 but annually since), Curlew ('12, '16, '18, '19), Common Sandpiper ('18), Kingfisher ('91), Green Woodpecker ('11), Skylark ('05), Mistle Thrush ('05, '19), Lesser Whitethroat ('03, '05), Whitethroat ('91), Willow Warbler ('09, '15), Jay ('08), Rook ('03, '08).

2008 suffered from a lack of coverage (4 participants) as the 'day' was re-instated after a two year absence

Other species noted annually in the last ten years but were scarce or absent in the earlier years: Greylag Goose (4 of 9 years in '90s & 4 of 8 years in '00s), Shelduck (2 of 9 & 6 of 8), Gadwall (4 of 9 & 5 of 8), Water Rail (5 of 9 & 5 of 8), Avocet (in 14 of the last 15 years), Oystercatcher (annually since '99).

Also:
Shoveler seen in each of the last seven years, but only ten of the first 20 years
Ruddy Duck seen in the first 16 years but, unsurprisingly not in the last 11
Peregrine seen twice in the first 11 years but more or less annually since (missing in '03)
Redshank noted annually until '10 but only once since
Med. Gull noted in six of the last ten years but not previously
Cuckoo annual until '11 but absent from '16
Willow Tit seen three times in the first eight years but not since '98
Raven annual since '11 but only twice prior to that
Tree Sparrow four times in the first fourteen years but not since '04
Yellowhammer seen in each of the first four years but only once since

If anyone wants to know anything else let me know

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Old Monday 6th May 2019, 19:27   #37977
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Following discussion with a couple of birders yesterday, there follow a few stats. to, hopefully, give a little more meaning to the brief info shown on the annual checklist.

In the 27 years the all-dayer has taken place there has been a total, so far, of 137 species recorded.

Of these 45 have been noted in every year: Mute Swan, Canada Goose, Mallard, Tufted Duck, Great Crested Grebe, Grey Heron, Kestrel, Moorhen, Coot, Little Ringed Plover, Lapwing, Black-headed Gull, Lesser Black-backed Gull, Stock Dove, Wood Pigeon, Feral Pigeon, Collared Dove, Swift, Great Spotted Woodpecker, Sand Martin, Swallow, House Martin, Pied Wagtail, Wren, Dunnock, Robin, Blackbird, Song Thrush, Sedge Warbler, Reed Warbler, Blackcap, Chiffchaff, Long-tailed Tit, Blue Tit, Great Tit, Magpie, Jackdaw, Carrion Crow, Starling, Chaffinch, Greenfinch, Goldfinch, Linnet, Bullfinch and Reed Bunting.

No great surprises there, but what may be a surprise is the absence in the above list of: Pheasant (missing in '97, '99, 00 & 01), Little Grebe ('09), Cormorant ('99 & '16), Sparrowhawk ('08), Buzzard (not noted until '94 but annually since), Curlew ('12, '16, '18, '19), Common Sandpiper ('18), Kingfisher ('91), Green Woodpecker ('11), Skylark ('05), Mistle Thrush ('05, '19), Lesser Whitethroat ('03, '05), Whitethroat ('91), Willow Warbler ('09, '15), Jay ('08), Rook ('03, '08).

2008 suffered from a lack of coverage (4 participants) as the 'day' was re-instated after a two year absence

Other species noted annually in the last ten years but were scarce or absent in the earlier years: Greylag Goose (4 of 9 years in '90s & 4 of 8 years in '00s), Shelduck (2 of 9 & 6 of 8), Gadwall (4 of 9 & 5 of 8), Water Rail (5 of 9 & 5 of 8), Avocet (in 14 of the last 15 years), Oystercatcher (annually since '99).

Also:
Shoveler seen in each of the last seven years, but only ten of the first 20 years
Ruddy Duck seen in the first 16 years but, unsurprisingly not in the last 11
Peregrine seen twice in the first 11 years but more or less annually since (missing in '03)
Redshank noted annually until '10 but only once since
Med. Gull noted in six of the last ten years but not previously
Cuckoo annual until '11 but absent from '16
Willow Tit seen three times in the first eight years but not since '98
Raven annual since '11 but only twice prior to that
Tree Sparrow four times in the first fourteen years but not since '04
Yellowhammer seen in each of the first four years but only once since

If anyone wants to know anything else let me know

Mike
Good work Mike.
A couple of facts two firsts for the reserve were also recorded on the Alldayers Roseate Tern and Nightingale.

Re waders could you list the number of these in each year ..I seem to remember at least one day we had double figures and even a possible 14??
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Nice work Mike - could you just advise on the overall average and that for say the last ten years.
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Today!

Moral of today's story is that if you want to see all the birds Andy P and Mike W see get up as early as they do.

I wasn't that late getting to the Flashes and met Andy P on his way out. Assured that the Ist summer med was still there I was resolved to find it. It was probably hiding in plain sight but I'm blowed if I coiuld see it. If any one has a pic of it from the last three days could you post it here or tell me where you have posted it. Thanks- there is a reason.

By half twelve the hide was full to bursting with enthusuiastic and happy visitors. The LRP was routinely being identified as RP. The other LRPs had gone into hiding!
The remaining one looks to have made its nest very close to an existing avocet scrape causing the odd argument.

The med hybrid was also being identified as a genuine med which is understandable given some of the general bird I.D. books. Most I think were happy with the explanation as to why it was a hybrid.


It is now on the Flashes having become disillusioned with the Moors and was busy making up to a BHG. And she mated with a BHG today. Succesfully I think but the attention of everyone in the hide was diverted to a moorhen and its daring theft.


The bird - and I missed this bit- nicked an egg - made a hole in it and proceeded to feed its two chicks. Saw and videoed all that If there is a fortunate side to this the egg appeared not to be developed and yellow yolk dripped from the moorhen's beak. It was only partially used and was left on the island beach for others to finish off. What bird it had come from I'm not sure - it didn't look gull coloured, though was about that size. I can only wonder if it was an avocets egg looking very pale in the sunlight. This took place on the island upstream from the hide so the egg must have come from the hide ground because she took the egg out to the island. The amazing thing was that no bird appeared to take umbrage!


The Canadas have two broods - one on the sewage field and the other at the land between the second and third flash. There is a mallard brood in the first flash. Two shelduck were working up to being friendly on Saturday so with cover being good on the sewage meadows it would be nice to think they bred.

The OYCs on the flashes have a good clutch so fingers crossed and for the lapwing also.Similarly at the Moors. Fingers crossed again.


Sitting in the N.Moors hide the blue tits are doing well and many of the birds on the feeders are taking food away to feed either partners and or young. That said the resident blue tits seem to be finding plenty of grubs etc- nice little juicy green ones!

All in all a couple of good days birding watching interspersed with tidying up my garden.
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Eaten Egg.

Follow up to that egg. Somebody did suggest it looked like a mallard's egg and looking them up that fits. The shell was empty when the moor hen left it. She went to the trouble of putting it up on the beach and not leaving it to roll around on the water's edge.. Tidy bird?
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Nice work Mike - could you just advise on the overall average and that for say the last ten years.
Average over 27 years is 82.74
For 1990s is 81.6
For 2000s is 80.25 (two years of less than full coverage in '05 &' 08)
For 2010s is 85.8
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Good work Mike.
A couple of facts two firsts for the reserve were also recorded on the Alldayers Roseate Tern and Nightingale.

Re waders could you list the number of these in each year ..I seem to remember at least one day we had double figures and even a possible 14??
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Wader nos. per year:
91 - 8
92 - 6
93 - 9
94 - 12
95 - 9
96 - 11
97 - 8
98 - 8
99 - 8
00 - 10
01 - 8
02 - 7
03 - 8
04 - 10
05 - 7
08 - 7
09 - 8
10 - 11
11 - 9
12 - 7
13 - 9
14 - 7
15 - 9
16 - 7
17 - 12
18 - 5
19 - 7

Out of interest, in the years we had double-figure Wader counts, the totals were:
94 - 92
96 - 89
00 - 87
04 - 87
10 - 88
17 - 96

These are six of our eight highest overall totals.
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From the Flashes early morning JTB reports:

Cuckoo, Shoveler 2, Gadwall 2, Avocet 35, Common Sandpiper, Lapwing 15 with at least 3 chicks, Little Ringed Plover 4, Mediterranean Gull
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Singles of Arctic and Common Tern through the Flashes as per JTB
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The Commonplace

The gentleman in the hide said " some times we ignore the common birds".
What struck me about this picture was not the moorhen eating the contents or feeding its young, but the markings on the legs. The sunlight helped but have I not noticed or bothered to notice this before? The books don't mention it . I presume this is there during the breeding season as a marker for the young.

The interesting thing was that she didn't break open the egg completely but let the contents dribble out on.to the ground before feeding from there , both for herself and to feed the chicks. In the end she gave the egg a wash before leaving it up on the bank away from the water's edge.

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Spotted Flycatcher at the North Moors near the hide as per JTB
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Three Black Terns at the Sailing Pool late afternoon found by Cliff Smith and Dave Williams then flew north at c5:30pm.

2 Ringed Plover at the Flashes.
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Dunlin at the Moors Pool as per Andy P - that's at least 6 species today we didn't record on Saturday!
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Wader nos. per year:
91 - 8
92 - 6
93 - 9
94 - 12
95 - 9
96 - 11
97 - 8
98 - 8
99 - 8
00 - 10
01 - 8
02 - 7
03 - 8
04 - 10
05 - 7
08 - 7
09 - 8
10 - 11
11 - 9
12 - 7
13 - 9
14 - 7
15 - 9
16 - 7
17 - 12
18 - 5
19 - 7

Out of interest, in the years we had double-figure Wader counts, the totals were:
94 - 92
96 - 89
00 - 87
04 - 87
10 - 88
17 - 96

These are six of our eight highest overall totals.
I think that sums it up Mike....waders are the key.
Thanks for the info
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3 Greenshank briefly at the Flashes then flew towards the Moors Pool as per Andy P
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Dunlin and Common Sand at the Moors Pool as per Des; first summer Med Gull at the Flashes as per Andy P
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Arctic Tern briefly at the Moors Pool as per des
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Greenshank, Hobby and 3 Black Tern at the Moors Pool as per Des and John Coombs.

2 Ringed Plover at the Flashes as per Andy P.

If you have a spare afternoon it would be worth a visit with plenty of action across the region
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Apologises - been out of action most of today. A brief summary of today's many highlights (including ten species of wader) is as follows; I am sure Des and Andy will update / correct as neccessary:

1 Bar-tailed Godwit - dropped into the sewage meadow at the Flashes early afternoon but shortly flew out over the transmitter field
4 Greenshank - 3 briefly at the Flashes early morning; 1 briefly at the Flashes this afternoon
4 Whimbrel - 1 briefly at the Flashes early afternoon; 3 later at the Flashes
2 Ringed Plover - at the Flashes then the Moors Pool
9 Dunlin - at the Flashes early afternoon
1 Common Sandpiper - at the Moors Pool
16 Lapwing - at the Flashes
35 Avocet - at the Flashes
5 Little Ringed Plover - at the Flashes
2 Arctic Tern - 1 at the Moors Pool early morning; 1 at the Flashes early afternoon
3/4 Black Tern - 1 at the Moors Pool mid morning, later 3 birds
12 Common Tern - at the Flashes early afternoon
Yellow Wagtail - in the sewage meadow at the Flashes
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Today's highlights:

MOORS ONLY:

Arctic Tern (1)----------------Black Tern (1) + (3)
Common Tern (1)------------Greenshank (1)
Dunlin (1)--------------------Ringed Plover (2). Flashes birds.
LRP (1)-----------------------Avocet (2). Flashes birds.
Lapwing (2)------------------Oystercatcher (2)
Common Sand---------------Pochard (m)
Shoveler (m)-----------------Gadwall (4)
Tufted Duck (31)-------------Kestrel
Skylark------------------------Whitethroat
Pheasant----------------------Cormorant (2)
Hobby-------------------------Kingfisher
G C Grebe (4) + chicks.

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Flashes Highlights and Final Totals

BAR-TAILED GODWIT, 4 Whimbrel, 4 Greenshank, 10 Dunlin, 2 Ringed Plover, 5 LRP, 35 Avocet, 16 Lapwing, 2 Oystercatcher, 12 Common Tern, Arctic Tern, 25 Tufted Duck, 6 Shelduck, 5 Gadwall, 2 Shoveler, Med Gull(1st summer), Med/BH hybrid, 2 Hobby, Peregrine, Kestrel, Yellow Wagtail, Skylark, Kingfisher(Sailing Pool).


The Barwit was the first I've seen at the reserve for 6 years. That bird was found by Des in the company of 3 Whimbrel at the Moors Pool on 17th April 2013.

In amongst all today's excitement I also spotted a BHG wearing a red ring with 27L4 printed in white. This is not one I've noticed before.

A further Common Tern appeared at the Moors Pool at 7.30pm. A single Ringed Plover was also at the Moors Pool from at least 6.45pm onwards. This may have been an additional bird to the 2 seen on both sides of the reserve previously.


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In amongst all today's excitement I also spotted a BHG wearing a red ring with 27L4 printed in white. This is not one I've noticed before.

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Hi Andy - thanks for the gull details; this is a new bird to the reserve. I assume it is relatively local as it was ringed by the Brewood group. I will contact Colin McShane to see what further he can advise.
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2 Black Terns early morning at the Sailing Pool as per Andy P
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LITTLE TERN flew through the Moors Pool at c7:15am as per Andrew Parker (via Gert)
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LITTLE TERN now resting in the islands at the Moors Pol as per Gert. Photo here: https://twitter.com/GertCorfield/sta...233933312?s=20
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