Wednesday, 26 September 2012

Cholsey, 26th Sep

Few sunny spells, showers, 16º, zero wind.

A single Wheatear still on Lollingdon hill and five Buzzards present, a Mistle Thrush flew over and five Chiffchaff present in the hedgerows around the hill plus another two near the Manor house.
One of the nearby fields was being ploughed and had the usual followers of Lesser Blackback Gull (c 200) and three Common Gull flew through, stopped briefly and then continued.

A few Meadow Pipit present also and fewer Hirundines moving today, however a few Swallow and House Martin still present Church road and Manor farm area.
Yesterday Tony Williams was birding near the four arches and had a Blackcap, Whitethroat, Reed Warbler and a few Chiffchaff and Bullfinch, also commented on approximately fifty Blackbird present suggesting recent arrivals?

Coal Tit in the garden again today.


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