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Old Thursday 25th July 2013, 17:32   #51
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And another succesful pass by of Bothal pond at lunch time today added:

147. Green sandpiper

- a new species for me at Bothal.
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Old Sunday 4th August 2013, 10:43   #52
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Well, what a day! Headed out to Bamburgh yesterday, and cycled from there up to Harthope Valley. Parked up in the dunes car park in Bamburgh, and a brief look out to sea didn't show much, but in the dunes were goldfinch, linnet, whitethroat and a reeling

148. Grasshopper Warbler

It didn't show, but a dead cert on call.

Then headed over to Budle Bay, where a surprise spoonbill was the star of the birds on the mudflats, but also a small number of scattered

149. Whimbrel

and a pair of

150. Black-tailed godwit

along with shelduck, swans and many different gulls.

In Harthope Valley, I only managed one of my target species, eventually connecting with a pair of

151. Whinchat

which was a lifer for me. Didn't manage to see any tree pipits or spotted flycatcher as hoped, and only once (think I) heard the distant kok-kok of red grouse, but only faintly and only briefly. Dozens of beautiful summer plumage redpoll and a breeding colony of sand martin the other highlights.
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Old Thursday 8th August 2013, 08:31   #53
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A ride from Newbiggin up to Druridge pools and back in the early evening sun was a pleasant last UK trip for a couple of weeks, as off to Spain today. Also added a new UK tick in Newbiggin (taking my UK list to 191):

152. Mediterranean Gull

At least two adults on the beach with BH gulls, possibly also two immature birds. I think I also may have had a feeding roseate tern in the bay, but I am not sure, and the photos I took aren't very good!

Then up to Druridge Bay, with no new species for the year, but a common sandpiper feeding just in front of the hide, and two sedge warblers very close to the path showing well. Then to Cresswell Pond, where a

153. Barn owl

was seen from the car park at the north end of the pond hunting over the fields and again at the south end of the pond half an hour later when it flew across in front of the hide. There were a barely believable TWELVE avocet in from of the hide, along with lapwing, redshank and a single greenshank, and the sky was full of sand martin, possibly 300-400 birds flitting above the pond. Also, 5 stonechat seen along the road, 2 adult and 3 juvenile, I think. Finally, as the sun was setting, a female

154. Marsh harrier

flew in from the northwest, being mobbed by a couple of hundred of the sand martin and some of the waders, before landing on the northern bank of the pond, apparently devouring prey for 15 minutes.

And finally, a female marsh harrier flew in from the north west, being mobbed by a couple of hundred of the sand martin, before landing on the northern bank of the pool to devour some unseen prey.
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12 days in Spain on our annual summer holiday was very productive, as expected, adding close to 30 new species to the Spain 2013 list, of which 15 were new birds for 2013, and 2 were lifers!

The first morning, I was out on my bike for a short jaunt round the local streets of La Marina, and straight away added:

63. Woodchat shrike*

Heading back along "Vistabella road", the small pool by the roadside held stilt and a single

64. Green sandpiper

while overhead were several

65. House martin

and the canals near the Urbanizacion held several

66. Common sandpiper

The next morning, I headed out to El Pinet beach and to the hide overlooking the salinas there, adding

67. Little owl*
68. Little tern*
69. Kentish plover*

Also, good numbers of avocet and stilt, but very few flamingo. Heading back along the "lower" road to the Oasis Urb, I managed my target species for that area:

70. Roller*

The next afternoon, another cycle ride out from the Urb to my favourite location - El Hondo. Took the cycle tracks that skirt the southern end of Dolores, and soon encountered several target species, and my first lifer:

71. Stone curlew* - a lifer (two birds flushed in the same place on the way there and the way back)
72. Purple heron*
73. Little bittern* - a single female(?) at the top of some tall reeds briefly
74. Redshank
75. Kingfisher - flashed along the canal on the way back.

Another evening ride later in the week, along the canals near to the La Marina Urb added a new species for me for Spain:

76. Squacco heron*

In fact, these became rather a feature of the trip, with singles and small groups turning up frequently along the canals. And a second new species for Spain seen at the park in Guardamar:

77. Long-tailed tit

* of which 9 are not on previous lists for 2013
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2019 year list: 235 (Snow Bunting, Bamburgh; October)

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An early morning visit to one of the Vistabella road hides in El Hondo revealed a startling number of waders. The pools were heaving with flamingo, black-tailed godwit, stilt and egrets, with many other smaller waders that I wasn't able to identify. However, I did see:

78. Night heron* (almost a lifer, as my only previous sighting was possibly a little dubious, from a car in India!)
79. Dunlin
80. Lapwing - a single bird flying over, and another new species for my Spain life list

And from the hides near San Felipe Neri:

81. Curlew Sandpiper*
82. Shoveler
83. Purple swamphen*

In addition, a large flock of cattle egret fed in a flooded field near San Felipe with a group of raucous

84. Jackdaw

Later in the holiday I had two separate visits to the salinas along the N332 near Santa Pola, where passage waders were the highlight:

85. Turnstone
86. Ringed plover
87. Spotted redshank* - my second full lifer of the holiday
88. Little stint*
89. Little ringed plover

And above one pool a flock of common swift contained several paler

90. Pallid swift*

So all in all, a very good trip. Birds listed are only those new to the Spain list for 2013, but there were many other notable sightings, including good views of a large flock of glossy ibis and cattle egret feeding in flooded fields off Vistabella road, and large numbers of bee-eater and southern grey shrike along most rural tracks.

One final sighting, as we headed home by train(!) via Barcelona (and Disneyland Paris) was a number of

91. Monk parakeet*

in the park near Barcelona Franca station!

* of which 7 are not on previous lists for 2013
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2019 year list: 235 (Snow Bunting, Bamburgh; October)

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So, that takes me to 199 for the year! One to go for 200, which I only reached in mid-December last year.... :)
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Get in! 200 up!

A trip to Cresswell pond on Saturday morning provided me with species number 200 for 2013, a full 3 months earlier than last year :)

155. Ruff

And what lovely birds too, 4 of them flying in with lapwing shortly before I left.

For the record, I also bagged mammal number 10 for the year, watching a weasel (10) chasing a squealing baby rabbit round in circles at Bothal pond on the way out to Cresswell, before the weasel was seen off by an adult rabbit!
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Old Thursday 19th September 2013, 11:05   #58
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A trip down to London with work allowed me a little time to have a wander around Regent's Park (in search of flycatchers and warblers apparently present in reasonable numbers, but I could only get there late afternoon when the dog walkers and joggers had seen them all off). The ponds held large numbers of (presumably captive) wildfowl, but there were a couple of

156. Mandarin duck

that flew off. Maybe a bit dodgy, but seemingly free to come and go...
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No new birds for ages, but on a trip to the South East for work, I stopped off to eat my lunch at Paxton Pits in Cambridgeshire. Still no new birds, but a new mammal: muntjac deer (11)
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At last! First new addition in the best part of a month. A wet and windy cycle ride out to Cresswell pond was tiring, and devoid of anything of great interest due to the very high water levels, with the sand bank almost completely submerged - two snipe being the only waders there, perched on the only exposed ground. The impending arrival of winter was confirmed not just by the grim, dark conditions, but the presence of 100+ wigeon. But the ride home, via Widdrington Station and Ulgham finally added species 202 for the year:

157. Barnacle goose

About a hundred pinkfoot lifted from the fileds between Widdrington Stn and Ulgham, with about 50 remaining in the field, together with two barnacle geese.
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Another month passes by, and finally more species added:

158. Red-throated diver

Two seen off-shore at Cresswell earlier this week.

And, after some ID problems

159. Greater scaup

So that takes my 2013 list to 1 more than my 2012 UK list, at 159 species, with 7 weeks still left in the year.... and it just shows that for someone of my pathetic birding abilities, a good start to the year has pay-back later in the year!! Nevertheless, I hope I can get past last year's global total (205, currently at 204)....
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Just comparing 2012 and 2013 UK lists, and there are a good few species I saw last year that I haven't seen this year... some of them are not exactly common, I realise, but there are still some pretty common birds I am missing (many of which I don't stand much chance of getting before year end).

Here's the full list (seen in 2012 but not this year):

Bean goose
Black redstart
Brent goose
Common crane
Crossbill
European White-fronted goose
Great northern diver
Great skua
Hawfinch
Jack snipe
Little Owl
Little stint
Merlin
Pied flycatcher
Puffin
Spotted Flycatcher
Stilt sandpiper
Yellow-browed warbler

And for completeness, here's the list of UK birds I have seen this year but didn't see in 2012:

Bearded tit
Egyptian Goose
Garden Warbler
Grasshopper Warbler
Greenshank
Hooded crow
Lesser Redpoll
Manx shearwater
Marsh tit
Mediterranean Gull
Osprey
Pectoral sandpiper
Peregrine Falcon
Pintail
Redstart
Spoonbill
Tawny Owl
Water Rail
Whinchat
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2019 year list: 235 (Snow Bunting, Bamburgh; October)

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Woohoo! My first successful "twitch" of the year, adding a new bird to my life list (taking it to 431):

160. Lesser Grey Shrike

Excellent close views of the bird at High Newton, that has been there for several days. My record this year on getting out to see rarities has been pretty poor, with this the only success so far! But well worth an extended lunch break! That takes me to 205 for the year, level with 2012...
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A pleasant ride today via Woodhorn and Cresswell, finally inched me past last year's total. Among a mixed flock of a couple of hundred greylag and Canada geese at Woodhorn were three

161 Greenland White-fronted geese

Other highlights included 750-800 pinkfoot over Cresswell and a water rail in the reeds at Cresswell Pond
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2019 year list: 235 (Snow Bunting, Bamburgh; October)
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So, finally, a chance to take a look back on 2013:

Final total, including all birds seen in all countries: 206 (+1 on 2012)

UK list: 161 (+3 on 2012)
Species seen in 2013 not seen in 2012: 21
Bearded tit
Egyptian Goose
Garden Warbler
Grasshopper Warbler
Greater Scaup
Greenshank
Hooded crow
Lesser grey shrike
Lesser Redpoll
Manx shearwater
Marsh tit
Mediterranean Gull
Osprey
Pectoral sandpiper
Peregrine Falcon
Pintail
Redstart
Spoonbill
Tawny Owl
Water Rail
Whinchat
Species seen in 2012 but not seen in 2013: 18
Bean goose
Black redstart*
Brent goose
Common crane
Crossbill
European White-fronted goose
Great northern diver
Great skua
Hawfinch
Jack snipe
Little Owl*
Little stint*
Merlin
Pied flycatcher
Puffin
Spotted Flycatcher
Stilt sandpiper
Yellow-browed warbler
* species not seen in the UK in 2013, but still seen elsewhere

Lifers seen in the UK during 2013: 12
Water Rail
Bearded tit
Lesser Redpoll
Peregrine Falcon
Pectoral sandpiper
Osprey
Garden Warbler
Pintail
Manx shearwater
Grasshopper Warbler
Whinchat
Lesser grey shrike
New to my UK list: 3
Little Gull
Redstart
Mediterranean gull
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UK life list: 228 (Red-backed Shrike, Newbiggin, UK; December 2018)
Morpeth Garden list: 70 (Willow Tit, October 2019)
2019 year list: 235 (Snow Bunting, Bamburgh; October)

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Spain list: 91 (+11 on 2012)
Species seen in 2013 not seen in 2012: 24
Black-headed gull
Cetti's warbler
Cormorant
Cuckoo
Dunlin
Great white egret
Green sandpiper
Jackdaw
Kingfisher
Lapwing
Little ringed plover
Little stint
Long-tailed tit
Muscovy duck
Mute swan
Night heron
Sanderling
Sandwich tern
Snipe
Spotted redshank
Squacco heron
Stone curlew
Wood sandpiper
Woodpigeon
Species seen in 2012 but not seen in 2013: 13
Blue tit*
Carrion crow*
Chaffinch*
Corn bunting
Great reed warbler
Great spotted woodpecker*
Red-rumped swallow
Robin*
Short-toed treecreeper*
Stonechat*
Thekla lark
Tree sparrow*
Water pipit
* species not seen in the Spain in 2013, but still seen elsewhere

Lifers seen in Spain during 2013: 3
Great white egret
Stone curlew
Spotted redshank
New to my Spain list: 11
Cormorant
Cuckoo
Snipe
Mute swan
Muscovy Duck
Sandwich tern
Sanderling
Long-tailed tit
Squacco heron
Night heron
Lapwing
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UK life list: 228 (Red-backed Shrike, Newbiggin, UK; December 2018)
Morpeth Garden list: 70 (Willow Tit, October 2019)
2019 year list: 235 (Snow Bunting, Bamburgh; October)

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Switzerland list: 34 (+4 on 2012)
Species seen in 2013 not seen in 2012: 13
Barn swallow
Common buzzard
Common tern
Goldcrest
Goldfinch
Goosander
Great crested grebe
Great tit
House martin
Pochard
Serin
Starling
Woodpigeon
Species seen in 2012 but not seen in 2013: 10
Black woodpecker
Blue tit*
Chiffchaff*
Collared dove*
Dipper*
Feral pigeon/Rock dove?!*
Marsh tit*
Robin*
Sparrowhawk*
* species not seen in the Switzerland in 2013, but still seen elsewhere

New to my Switzerland list: 6
Common tern
Pochard
Goosander
Goldcrest
Serin
House martin
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UK life list: 228 (Red-backed Shrike, Newbiggin, UK; December 2018)
Morpeth Garden list: 70 (Willow Tit, October 2019)
2019 year list: 235 (Snow Bunting, Bamburgh; October)

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France list: 31 (+5 on 2012)
Species seen in 2013 not seen in 2012: 17
Blackcap
Chaffinch
Chiffchaff
Collared dove
Common swift
Firecrest
Garden Warbler
Great spotted woodpecker
Great tit
Green woodpecker
Greenfinch
Mallard
Red-crested pochard
Reed warbler
White/pied wagtail
Woodpigeon
Yellow-legged gull
Species seen in 2012 but not seen in 2013: 12
Black redstart*
Blue tit*
Cormorant*
Dipper*
Goldfinch*
Goosander*
Great tit*
Hobby
Kestrel*
Lesser Blackback gull*
Rook*
Willow tit*
* species not seen in the France in 2013, but still seen elsewhere

Lifers seen in France in 2013: 1
Firecrest
New to my France list: 4
Garden warbler
Great-crested grebe
Reed warbler
Green woodpecker
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UK life list: 228 (Red-backed Shrike, Newbiggin, UK; December 2018)
Morpeth Garden list: 70 (Willow Tit, October 2019)
2019 year list: 235 (Snow Bunting, Bamburgh; October)

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Norway list: 18 (-14 on 2012)
Species seen in 2013 not seen in 2012: 6
Blackbird
Common redpoll
Feral pigeon/rock dove?!
Golden Eagle
Goldfinch
Nuthatch
Species seen in 2012 but not seen in 2013: 20
Black-headed gull*
Blue tit*
Brambling*
Common crane
Common gull*
Fieldfare*
Great spotted woodpecker*
Grey heron*
House sparrow*
Kestrel*
Lesser blackback gull*
Raven*
Reed bunting*
Robin*
Skylark*
Teal*
White wagtail*
Whooper swan*
Wood pigeon*
Yellowhammer*
* species not seen in the Norway in 2013, but still seen elsewhere

New to my Norway list: 4
Common redpoll
Goldfinch
Nuthatch
Golden Eagle
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UK life list: 228 (Red-backed Shrike, Newbiggin, UK; December 2018)
Morpeth Garden list: 70 (Willow Tit, October 2019)
2019 year list: 235 (Snow Bunting, Bamburgh; October)

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