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Ringing near Gifford, winter 20-21 (1 Viewer)

citrinella

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Whoosh netting at rape bait station, site 1, 13.12.20

Greenfinch new
retrap 1
Goldfinch new 8
retrap 1
Linnet new 46
retrap 5

At long last the flock has settled to feed on the bait regularly.

Also seen/heard
Buzzard
Skylark
Yellowhammer
Reed bunting

and on the walk home
3 Grey partridge
c.50 Chaffinch feeding in wild bird cover
c.100 Yellowhammer feeding in stubble

We have heard brambling with that chaffinch flock.

Mainly forgetting corvids, gulls, non-natives, pigeons and tits.

Many thanks to all concerned, Mike.
 

citrinella

Well-known member
Mist netting at secondary feed station, Site 1, 15.1.21

Blackbird new
retrap 1
Blue tit new
retrap 7
Chaffinch new 8
retrap 12
Dunnock new 1
retrap 3
Great tit new 1
retrap
Reed bunting new 2
retrap 1
Robin new 3
retrap 5
Tree sparrow new 4
retrap 1
Yellowhammer new 36
retrap 8
TOTALS new 54
retrap 39


Also seen/heard :
Buzzard 2
Barn owl
Tawny owl
Starling
Skylark
Mistle thrush
Fieldare
Redwing
Wren

Flocks in neighbouring stubble were a feature of the morning, with almost all the yellowhammer caught coming from there late morning :
Starling c.150
Skylark 150+
Mistle thrush
Fieldfare 40+
Redwing
Yellowhammer c.80
Reed bunting 5+

Mainly forgetting corvids, gulls, non-natives, pigeons and tits.

Many thanks to all concerned, Mike.
 

citrinella

Well-known member
Mist netting at Site 2, lower site, 19.1.21

Blackbird new
retrap 1
Blue tit new 4
retrap
Bullfinch new 1
retrap
Dunnock new 1
retrap 1
Great tit new 1
retrap 1
Nuthatch new
retrap 1
Redwing new 1
retrap
Robin new
retrap 2
TOTAL new 8
retrap 6


Also seen/heard :
Buzzard
Woodcock
Tawny owl
Wren
Song thrush (singing)
Magpie
Long-tailed tit
Treecreeper
Chaffinch
Linnet


Mainly forgetting corvids, gulls, non-natives, pigeons and tits.

Many thanks to all concerned, Mike.
 

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