Monthly Archives: March 2017

28th March 2017

After many days of very strong east¬†winds, this morning was comparatively still allowing the sunshine to warm the bones. I was hoping for a better arrival of passerines but it was a bit disappointing in that respect. Only 3 Firecrest … Continue reading

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21st March 2017

Guess what? Thats me in Mallorca. Having spent the¬†previous week cycling in Mallorca, I’m only just catching up with some of the earlier spring migrants that occurred in my absence. 2 Wheatear on the 19th were my first of 2017 … Continue reading

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First Firecrest of the spring.

A bright day with a cold SW wind. A Firecrest amongst the budding branches. As if on cue the first Firecrest appeared today with a small number in Belle Tout wood. Accompanied by a single Goldcrest and a small mixed … Continue reading

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