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Old Wednesday 8th April 2020, 20:54   #51
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36. Tawny Owl
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Small sub-urban garden, 1 apple tree, small pond (requiring attention), flower bed with spring flowers.

Wood Pigeon
Blue Tit
House Sparrow
Blackbird
Dunnock
Robin
Magpie

Peacock Butterfly

Chiffchaff - heard
Herring Gull - flyover
Bumblebee - rescued from pond, revived and flew off!
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Great Tit - garden
Goldfinch - flyover
Sparrowhawk - flyover
Common Buzzard - 3 mobbing above Sparrowhawk over garden
Wren - heard on daily exercise walk near house
Woodcock - flyover at end of daily exercise walk near house
8th April 2020 Update

Brimstone butterfly - garden
Frog & Tadpoles - garden pond
Tawny Owl - heard from garden at 21:15 tonight, also heard 30 mins earlier on daily exercise walk near house.
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37. Skylark
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Old Saturday 11th April 2020, 17:14   #54
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11th April.

1 each of Orange-tip (male) and Holly Blue butterflies.
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39. Pair of Dippers on the local river.
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Not actually a sighting but one of my favourite sounds this morning (07:35) from my bedroom window - the lovely "seven-whistler" passing by.
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Old Sunday 12th April 2020, 17:17   #57
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40. Sparrowhawk
41. House Martin
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Old Monday 13th April 2020, 12:08   #58
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34. Green shieldbug, mating pair in the garden.
35. Red mason bee again in the garden
36. Red tailed bumblebee

37. Eristalis arbustorum, seen a couple of days ago but only just had species confirmed from this photo
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Old Friday 17th April 2020, 15:21   #59
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15th April.
Raven...flyover.
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Old Saturday 18th April 2020, 09:24   #60
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No new bird species but I have added 8 more insects to the garden list.
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Sparrowhawk - landed in front garden (male)

Other sightings 8th April to 17th April 2020
Orange Tip, Comma, Small Tortoiseshell butterflies.
Grey Heron - flyover garden.
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Spotted Towhee
Varied Thrush
American Robin
Pine Siskin
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Speckled Wood, sighted in a graveyard on my 'local' walk yesterday.
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Updated again, now up to 57 species but not all birds sadly.

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Tried birding from my hammock this morning. Did not go well.
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21st: Green Shieldbug

Green Shield stamps come to mind when I see a Green Shieldbug! Remember them anyone?
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Self Isolating Bird Sightings - April 5th Am I reading this correctly. A kookaburra in Buckinghamshire. ? I see kookaburra quite often but I live in Victoria Australia
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Self Isolating Bird Sightings - April 5th Am I reading this correctly. A kookaburra in Buckinghamshire. ? I see kookaburra quite often but I live in Victoria Australia
Step, it was a joke / trap set by the OP to see if anyone actually read all the lists in the posts and paid any attention!
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25th April: Barn Swallow and Sparrowhawk flyover.

30th April: Common Swift x2 flyover.

Great to see the Hirundines and Swifts returning! Amazing birds!
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My 2 mile radius patch around my home in Nottingham. Currently on 79 species. I have photographed 68 of them:

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Species list below:

Goldfinch
Carrion Crow
Jackdaw
Magpie
Lesser Black-backed Gull
Starling
Rock Dove
Woodpigeon
Blackbird
Collared Dove
Blue Tit
Dunnock
Robin
Wren
Long-tailed Tit
Great Spotted Woodpecker
Stock Dove
Canada Goose
Mallard
Moorhen
Tufted Duck
Coot
Eurasian Jay
Common Buzzard
Green Woodpecker
Grey Heron
Meadow Pipit
Mute Swan
European Nuthatch
Rose-ringed Parakeet
Tawny Owl
Treecreeper
Chaffinch
Common Chiffchaff
Goldcrest
Song Thrush
Greenfinch
Blackcap
Great Tit
Greylag Goose
Lesser Spotted Woodpecker
Coal Tit
Egyptian Goose
Great Crested Grebe
Willow Warbler
Reed Bunting
Sparrowhawk
Woodcock
Gadwall
House Martin
Peregrine
Red-crested Pochard
Sand Martin
Barn Swallow
House Sparrow
Mandarin Duck
Shoveler
Bullfinch
Little Ringed Plover
Reed Warbler
Mistle Thrush
Herring Gull
Linnet
Common Pheasant
Skylark
Common Whitethroat
Cormorant
Eurasian Teal
Pied Wagtail
Grey Wagtail
Little Grebe
Lesser Whitethroat
Rook
Kestrel
Common Pochard
Black-headed Gull
Lapwing
Yellowhammer
Common Swift
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