Saturday, 17 December 2016

I carried out a full patch walk this morning, but the dense fog, which lasted all day, made for a very quiet visit, just 34 bird species were found, most of those were recorded at the scrubby Woods, with most of the woodland species being recorded there, which included the likes of CHAFFINCH, GOLDFINCH, BULLFINCH, LONG TAILED TIT, COAL TIT, GREAT TIT, BLUE TIT, SONGTHRUSH, BLACKBIRD, MISTLETHRUSH, NUTHATCH, TREECREEPER, GOLDCREST, GREAT SPOTTED WOODPECKER, GREEN WOODPECKER, JAY, WREN, ROBIN and DUNNOCK.

The fog meant nothing was observed flying over and just BLACK HEADED GULL and ROOKS were visible out on the farmland parts of my walk........a very poor visit!


Marc Heath said...

I made it out for all of 30 minutes today, the fog was so thick, I just gave up. Maybe we will have a better day tomorrow!!!

Warren Baker said...

Its been foggy and gloomy here all December, but hardly a drop of rain!