Monday, 19 November 2012

Zilch on the hill but plenty nearby

Cloudy, 10º, fresh S

A visit to Lollingdon hill today produced “zilch” on the hill, nearly all the berries have gone and so have the thrushes and just about everything else!
Gulls and Corvids going back and forth over the hill and five Red Kite in the vicinity.

In the east of the village, TR reports twenty Linnet, nine Yellowhammer and a flyover Raven recently.
The garden this afternoon hosted two Grey Wagtail, a Great-spotted Woodpecker, also the two Coal Tit still visiting.

Brian Wyatt has been watching the flooded area in South Moreton (a stones throw from Cholsey hill) and seen the following today, a Ruff, a Dunlin, approx two hundred Golden Plover, three hundred Lapwing and fifty Common Snipe.

A Brambling in a garden in Ilges Lane on the 17th Nov.

Fieldfares and a couple of Redwing from Fri 16th Nov

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