At last, the Honey buzzards have arrived. Several hundred this morning. I have put it on the list, though I didn't check if it was already there!!
A visit to the optician needed I suspect...I've had Honey Buzzards in my garden all year. No, wait, those are House Sparrows
And I complain about muddy tracks in the local woods. Luckily it is mostly flat where I live with plenty of cycle tracks (it's not the Netherlands, but it's not bad).a long section where I had to push, then carry the bike along a very muddy "by-way open for all vehicles" (and ended up having to take the wheels off twice to clean enough mud ou to allow the wheels to keep turning)
Golden Oriole today. That's always a nice surprise on my local patch as they occur about once a year. This morning was exceptional: I heard one and saw another – another observer even heard a third bird simultaneously!Possibly my final "easy" addition to the world list today with my first Marsh Warbler. I am afraid everything else I can contribute will be a massive bonus!
As long as there is a curfew, Nightjar may be tricky (just about doable from my home if they start early...)
I've just created an Asia tab, if you'd prefer to use that. But no harm if you prefer to use the Europe one. Either way, stick you user name at the top of a column on one of the tabs and add your records.Regarding the spreadsheet, should I add these to "Europe"? Also if a species is already present on the spreadsheet but the first sighting is on a later date, are these supposed to be edited?