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Old Monday 21st May 2012, 08:49   #26
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A good weekend, with a couple trips out with my visiting parents and our twins paying dividends on the 2012 species list.

On Saturday, we were at Gibside, and although the woodland birds were few and far between (along the paths we managed to get around), the highlight of the day came as we left, and were treated to a very close fly-by from a

121 Red Kite

as we drove out of Rowland's Gill. The bird was swooping low over playing fields, seemingly unnoticed by any passers by (or maybe they are just used to such lovely birds down there). Wasn't able to see any tag, however.

The on Sunday, we went up to Seahouses, and the boats our to the Farnes were running, so we took a trip that stopped off at Inner Farne. New for 2012 were:

122 Puffin
123 Razorbill
124 Arctic tern
125 Shag
126 Fulmar

Missed out on the roseate terns (which were seen on Inner Farne just before we arrived) and the black guillemot was not around when we were there, but we also saw several small groups of gannet, thousands of guillemot, sandwich tern, b/h gull, gbb gull, lbb gull, herring gull, oystercatcher, turnstone, stock dove, kittiwake, eider, mallard, and swallows
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Old Monday 21st May 2012, 13:05   #27
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Old Monday 21st May 2012, 13:28   #28
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As this is my first year doing a list, it's all a new experience to me... so I am now realising that as the summer seems to have arrived, that adding to the list in the next few months will get harder and harder. So I was thinking - while I was out on my bike at the weekend - what common species am I missing from my UK list? To me, this is species that I know I have seen regularly in the area but somehow have not yet added to my 2012 list.

SO here goes:

1. Kingfisher (seen often in Morpeth and Plessey Woods but not so far this year)
2. Dipper (usually common in Plessey Woods on the R Blyth, but missing from 2012's list)
3. Blackcap (pretty common in the summer, but not yet seen one)
4. Yellow wagtail (maybe still early, but used to seeing them at Druridge, Creswell, even Plessey Woods)
5. Corn bunting
6. Raven
7. [s]Goldcrest (think I heard several at Cragside a few weeks ago, but couldn't see them, although the presence of our 4-year old twins didn't help!)[/s] seen in Morpeth just a day after posting this!
8. Osprey (not been to any good sites to see them this year)

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During a quick whizz around Morpeth on my bike, I stopped off on a bridge over the River Wansbeck east of the town centre, and got

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And on a recent work trip to Switzerland, I managed to add 12 new species to my 2012 Swiss list:

9 Greenfinch - outside Geneva airport
10 Black kite* - two over Geneva plage by Lake Geneva
11 Mallard - Lac de Morgins, near Troistorrents, VS on the Swiss/French border
12 Coot - Lac de Morgins, near Troistorrents, VS on the Swiss/French border
13 White wagtail - Lac de Morgins, near Troistorrents, VS on the Swiss/French border
14 Robin - Lac de Morgins, near Troistorrents, VS on the Swiss/French border
15 Coal tit - Lac de Morgins, near Troistorrents, VS on the Swiss/French border
16 Collared dove - Martigny
17 Marsh tit* - Col de la Forclaz, VS
18 Chiffchaff - Col de la Forclaz, VS
19 Chaffinch - Col de la Forclaz, VS
20 Dipper - Le Châtelard, VS, on the Swiss/French border

* of which 2 are not on any other list in 2012

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...and during the same trip, I drove through France on a couple of occasions, as well as staying just over the border in France near Geneva Airport on the way home. This added several species to my France list, and also one lifer:

19 Black kite - Douvaine, Haute-Savoie
20 Kestrel - Douvaine, Haute-Savoie
21 House martin - Douvaine, Haute-Savoie
22 Dipper - Vallee d'Abondance, Haute-Savoie
23 Goldfinch - Servoz, near Chamonix
24 Black redstart - Ferney-Voltaire, Ain
25 Nuthatch - Ferney-Voltaire, Ain
26 Short-toed Treecreeper* - Ferney-Voltaire, Ain - lifer

* of which 1 is not on any other country list in 2012

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Old Monday 11th June 2012, 09:45   #33
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An enjoyable trip to Washington WWT this weekend added:

128 Little ringed plover
129 Green sandpiper

Both in fact new UK ticks for me!
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Another visit to Switzerland with work.... our annual sales meeting, held at a rather nice ski chalet in Les Marécottes up in the mountains of the Valais region, and preceded by a day on a steamer on Lake Geneva!

21 Common swift - over Geneva rail station

22 Black redstart - Lausanne (Jardin Botannique)
23 Grey heron - Lausanne (Port d'Ouchy)

24 Red-crested Pochard* - several on the water near Montreux
25 Black-headed gull - Montreux
26 Yellow-legged gull* - Montreux

27 Raven* - several noisy birds around Les Marécottes
28 Black Woodpecker* - watched for around 10 minutes during a walk in the woodland around our chalet. An impressive sized woodpecker, and a lifer for me!
29 Magpie
30 Sparrowhawk

* of which 4 are not on any other country list in 2012

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Old Monday 25th June 2012, 08:47   #35
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One addition from the weekend:

130 Ruff (Creswell Pond)
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Old Thursday 5th July 2012, 09:42   #36
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Up to Beacon Hill north of Morpeth last weekend on my bike, in search of redstarts, but failed once again to get my target species.

But did have 2012's first

131 Blackcap

Have heard several singing in and around Morpeth this year, but somehow not managed a visual until this noisy fella!
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Old Thursday 5th July 2012, 09:52   #37
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Out to Germany Monday/Tuesday with work, with a couple of hours spare Monday afternoon, which I spent at Echinger Stausee, just north of Munich.

Got a great list of birds, and a new country list for the year!

1. Mute swans (well over 200)
2. Coot (at least 500)
3. Mallard (100-150)
4. Pochard (40-50)
5. Reed warbler (30-40)
6. Great-crested grebe (15-20)
7. Greylag goose (5, plus one presumed hybrid that was mostly white, except for a grey-brown neck and back, but also showing the white forehead of a whitefront)
8. Tufted duck (50-60)
9. Common tern (20-30)
10. Black-headed gull (100-150)
11. Little gull (2)
12. Grey heron (2)
13. Gadwall (8-10)
14. Cormorant (20-25)
15. Lapwing (80-100)
16. Common sandpiper (6)
18. Coal tit (2)
19. Great tit (2)
20. Blue tit (20-25)
21. Woodpigeon (10)
22. Nuthatch (1)
23. Chaffinch (8)
24. Chiffchaff (1 heard)
25. Marsh tit (1)
26. Blackcap (2)
27. Icterine Warbler* (1) - a lifer for me
28. Barn swallows (50-60)
29. House martins (10-15)

Then, on the way north, on one of the pools just by the Autobahn near Erlangen:
30. Little egret

And the following day in Friedberg (Hessen):
31. Corn bunting
32. Carrion crow
33. Linnet
34. Jay

*Of which 1 is not on any other country list for 2012

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A trip out on the bike to Cresswell Pond on Saturday gave me two new birds for my 2012 list, one of which is a new UK tick for me:

132 Little gull (which I haven't previously seen in the UK)
133 Yellow wagtail
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Old Tuesday 24th July 2012, 14:27   #39
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Following a report on the Northumberland forum, I came home the scenic route via Bothal pond from a trip to Plessey Woods on my bike. And the target bird was found after being flsuhed from reeds by a grey heron...

134 little egret

But the more exciting bird (another UK first for me) was on the tracks up from the bridge at sheepwash past the smaller ponds directly east of Bothal (and south of the main pond).

135 Marsh harrier

It was circling over the reedbeds for a couple of minutes when I arrived before being driven higher by a couple of crows, who were then joined by a flock of around 50-60 lapwing, who eventually drove the harrier away (northwards). Great stuff!
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Up to Cragside and back on my bike gave one addition to the UK list for the year:

136 Dipper

Good views from the bridge by the Anglers Arms in Weldon of a single bird preening and then making a few fishing forays along the river bed!
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Old Thursday 2nd August 2012, 08:36   #41
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An early evening ride out along the Wansbeck gave plenty of birdlife, but only one new species for 2012:

137 Common Sandpiper

Four on Castle Island (although one may have been a green sandpiper)
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Drove up to Cresswell with my bike for a ride along the coast, aiming to call in at as many ponds and pools as possible! Quite variable numbers of birds around. A lot out on the sea initially, with several red-breasted merganser out on the surf with a few eider and, I think, a pair of razorbill.

But the first new bird for 2012 - and a long awaited and welcome addition to the list - was:

138 Barn Owl

First one was over the dunes near the parking area for Cresswell pond, and then, as usual, once you've seen one, along comes another - the second circling and gliding over the grass and reeds to the south of East Chevington pond.

Creswell Pond also held significant numbers of whimbrel and curlew as well as the 2+4 avocet, 5 snipe and several redshank. Also, a yellow wagtail on the farm buildings nearby

Nothing much on Druridge Bay pools, but I'm pretty sure I heard a Tawny Owl twit-twoo-ing as I headed on up to East Chevington, and there were a lot of Stonechat in the bushes and shurbs along the paths (and a lot of swallows and house martins taking advantage of the clouds of insects which I was swallowing a fair number of too...)

At East Chevington, there was a decent flock of greylag on the pool, and one or two sandwich tern and common tern and a single great black-backed gull among the black-headed gulls. And in addition to the Barn Owl mentioned above, a brief view of a female marsh harrier hunting, but which never reappeared after diving down into the reeds.

Back to Creswell, and another scan of the beach revealed the arrival of a good number of waders: a few turnstone, 20-30 sanderling, 10-15 dunlin, 3 oystercatcher, and several

139 Ringed Plover

All in all, a good potter along the coast :)
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A very wet cycle around Kielder Water on Sunday was more productive than expected. In addition to lots of goldcrest, chaffinch and willow warbler, I added a lifer to my list:

140 Spotted Flycatcher

In my bird book, I had it noted as a possible sighting (in Backworth of all places, in 2007), but this was my firs confirmed sighting.

The water was pretty quiet, but 6 goosander were a highlight, and a single female mandarin duck was the first I've seen in Northumberland
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Second lifer of the week, and this one of the more unusual variety. Following posts on this forum over the last couple of days, I decided to head up to Low Newton on an extended lunch break today, and for the first time ever, I successfully twitched a real rarity (my record of trying to see some of the rarer local birds is appalling!)

141 Stilt Sandpiper

Just realised this takes my world list to 396, so 4 more to reach 400! Off to Spain later this week, so wonder what will they be?!
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Two scorching weeks in Spain, staying in La Marina, near Elche/Elx (about 30km south of Alicante on the Costa Blanca). The focus was very much on rest and relaxation, with lots of trips to the beach and pool, but also managed a few bird-trips out on my bike to some great sites.

This added 6 lifers, 17 birds to my Spain list, and 14 new species to the 2012 list!
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My first trip out was an early morning cycle ride around the local Urbanizacion and between several local villages, which turned up plenty of birds including hoopoe, house martin, common swift, and 3 new additions to the 2012 Spain list:

44 Southern grey shrike*
45 Red-legged partridge (new for my overall Spain list)
46 Cattle egret*

in the fields around San Fulgencio, and also, around Urbaznizacion La Marina, several groups of serin and collared doves, together with:

47 Magpie (also new for my overall Spain list!)

A couple of days later, I made my first proper trip out for birding, riding over to El Hondo (El Fondo) nature reserve. On the ride over, along dirt tracks following the many canals that criss-cross the farmland, I watched a flock of around 25 or 30

48 Bee-eater*

making feeding flights from an electricity pylon. There was also a mid-sized raptor perched at the very top of a dead palm-tree trunk, which had a very rufous breast, but I couldn't get a clear enough view to identify it (the closest species I can find is a red-footed falcon, although this seems rather unlikley for the region in summer).

And although many of the species present at El Hondo were the same as at Easter - flamingo, black-winged stilt, coot, pochard, great-crested and black-necked grebe - I also had my first lifer of the trip:

49 Little Bittern*

A really beautiful black, white and orange-yellow bird that perched at the top of large reeds on an island in front of the hide. To this was also added:

50 Reed warbler - new for Spain
51 Common sandpiper
52 Ringed plover - new for Spain

On the way back, I also added another surprising species to my Spain list:

53 Carrion crow

The next morning, in the hope of identifying the mystery raptor, I headed back along some of the nearby farm and canal tracks, but without success. However, I did add several new birds, including two new brids to my Spain life list:

54 Glossy ibis* - new for Spain
55 Tree sparrow - new for Spain
56 Yellow-legged gull
57 Rock dove

And on the way to Dolores:

58 Crested lark*

Further cycle rides around La Marina over the next few days also added

59 Redshank
60 Roller*

and a second lifer for the trip:

61 Water pipit*

Having stuck to the in-land waterways and wetlands, I next headed out to the coast, to El Pinet salinas, adding:

62 Common tern - new for Spain
63 Kentish Plover*
64 Turnstone - new for Spain

and yet another lifer:

65 Curlew sandpiper*

- four of which made a brief appearance on one of the salinas fringes before heading over the hide towards the sea.

A second trip to El Hondo also added more species, with the discovery of the "bella vista" road hides (although one of these only looked out over a baked mud-flat!)

66 Black-tailed godwit - new for Spain
67 Shoveler - new for Spain
68 Purple heron*

and from the hides near the visitor centre another lifer:

69 Purple swamphen* - the 400th bird on my life list!

The final two new species came on a cycle over to the Lagunas of La Mata and Torrevieja, which were surprisingly lacking in water birds, but did result in two further lifers:

70 Thekla lark*
71 Pallid swift*

* of which 14 were not on any other list in 2012

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A diversion to Cresswell Pond while picking up a repaired bike wheel from Bedlington(!) showed that migration is well underway, with a sudden influx of ducks and waders. The reported Garganey wasn't visible however, and I left with no new species for the 2012 list....

until I got to my car, when I spotted what I thought was a sparrowhawk, only for it to turn out to be a

142 Cuckoo

Unbelievably, that's a lifer for me, as I have previously only ever heard a cuckoo before (and the last of those was rather a long time ago!). Seems very late for a cuckoo to still be around, but it has been reported in the last few days in the area, and was verified by another birder heading towards the hide. :)
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At last, the first September addition. A trip to Cresswell pond via Bothal gave me

143 Great skua

Which also happened to be a lifer! So edging slowly towards 200 species for the year, this being 187 across 7 countries!

Cresswell also held a lot of other life with several curlew, a bar-tailed godwit, a whimbrel, lots of dunlin and snipe, and a large influx of autumn/winter ducks (teal, gadwall, wigeon, pochard). And although far fewer birds altogether, a juvenile ruff (with 4 redshank and dozens of coot) at Bothal was a nice addition.
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A trip to Sweden for work left very little spare tIme to visit any good places for birds, but still managed a lifer, and a few more birds added to the Sweden list!

At Arlanda airport, there were a lot of

14 House martin
15 White wagtail

enjoying a feast of mozzies!

Then, on the drive down to Södertälje, a lifer: a small flock of about twenty

16 Barnacle geese

in a field by the motorway near Salem.

Once in Södertälje, I had an hour to spare so had a wander around the lake and into the nearby woods, adding:

17 Black-headed gull
18 Chaffinch
19 Nuthatch

And later, while waiting for a train at Ostertalje station, there was a very active flock of

20 Tree sparrow

in the bushes.

Back at Arlanda airport, with 3 hours to wait until my flight, I went for a wander and found a small wood and river to the north east of the airport, which was teeming with birds, mostly great tit, a few chaffinch, and a GS woodpecker, but also several

21 Goldcrest
22 Goldfinch

There were also a couple of LBJs I couldn't identify as I didn't have my binoculars (possibly redpoll of some type) and very loudly calling bird - chu-chu-chu-chu-chu - which I think came from a rather plump, brownish-pink, bull-finch sized bird and may possibly have been a Wryneck (but not at all sure).
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What a weekend! 5 birds added, of which 4 were lifers!!

Headed to St Mary's lighthouse with the kids on Saturday for a day of rockpool searching and a walk up the 137 steps.

My suspicions were aroused as we walked from the car park by the Seaton arms, as several people passed with scopes, but with 2 four year olds in tow I wasn't expecting much! The rocks and beach by the causeway had plenty of small waders: 15-20 sanderling, 4 dunlin and 8-10 ringed plover, with a few oystercatcher, turnstone and redshank.

On the way over the causeway, I asked two people with scopes what was around and they mentioned that a yellow browed warbler was in the trees by the reserve. However, with lunch time looming, I knew we would have to wait for that!

A couple of hours on the rocks eating lunch, dabbling in the rockpools and taking turns with the binoculars was great, all in beautiful sunshine too! And it also gave me my first lifer:

144 Brent goose

Also, a couple of (common?) tern over the sea, one in winter garb, with its dark glasses on, the other still in summer plumage.

After a whizz up and down the lighthouse, we headed back across the causeway and went investigating the rarity (although one of my girls did say "Daddy, when you come out with us, you can't just stare through your binocliers all day..."

And after just 5 minutes in the willows north of the small reserve, we (all 3 of us!) got good views of

145 Yellow-browed warbler - 2nd lifer
146 Pied flycatcher - 3rd lifer!

Then on Sunday, I headed out to Cresswell on my bike, which was rather devoid of waders (just a few snipe and redshank) but was swamped with wildfowl, including teal, gadwall, mallard, shoveler and wigeon; mute and whooper swan (the first whooper of this autumn); and Canada goose, greylag, pinkfoot and

147 Barnacle goose

(almost a lifer but for the sighting last week in Sweden, but a new UK tick all the same). Then, to cap a great weekend, as I packed up to leave the hide, a

148 Merlin

whizzed past right below the windows!

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