Robin

Visit RSPB Weston Super Mare local group

Description of sighting

19 species present from 10 till 12.30

Date of sighting

2009 Oct 14

Time of day

morning

Birds Seen

blue tit
Great Tit
blackbird
Robin
linnet
chiffchaff
willow warbler
Sparrowhawk
kestrel
swallow
long-tailed tit
stonechat
Rock Pipit
meadow pipit
redwing
siskin
pied wagtail
wren
peregrine

a special sighting

Report Paul Marsh

Description of sighting

Sunny and warm day.Whitethroats were singing and very visible.Stone chats quite visible,both male and female.Splendid sighting of Male Linnet.Male Chaffinch showing well in bright sunshine.
Usual numbers of gull species.Overall,high species count.

Date of sighting

2009 May 22

Time of day

Morning 10 to 12.30

Birds Seen

willow warbler
whitethroat
swallow
stonechat
shelduck
Robin
pied wagtail
meadow pipit
Magpie
linnet
house martin
goldfinch
dunnock
chiffchaff
chaffinch
carrion crow

a special sighting

First visit of 2009

Description of sighting

Cold damp day,reflected in species seen.On flooded fields near Farm I saw Swans,Shelduck and a solitary
Little Egret.On my way back to the car,20+ Curlew flew in,reflecting high tide conditions.Very large numbers Blackheaded Gulls and a few Herring and Lesser Black Backed Gulls about.There were also a pair of mallard swimming in the Dew Pond,near the site of Cox's Old House

Date of sighting

2009 Jan 13

Time of day

morning visit

Birds Seen

shelduck
Robin
raven
mute swan
Mallard
little egret
Lesser Black Backed Gull
kestrel
herring gull
curlew
carrion crow
blackbird
black-headed gull

a special sighting

Afternoon Walk across Brean,weather windy and sunny

Description of sighting

Heavy rain earlier had affected numbers of birds visible

Date of sighting

2008 Oct 22

Time of day

Birds Seen

wren
stonechat
shelduck
Robin
raven
kestrel
jackdaw
grey wagtail
goldfinch
dunnock
carrion crow

a special sighting

Morning Walk in the Sunshine

Description of sighting

After a very wet evening,the Down had dried out quite well and there were few people initially.On arrival there were two sparrowhawks flying over,closley followed by a heron and a large flight of goldfinches.On the top of the Down,there were large numbers of adult and juvenile stonechats,and a few quite visible wheaters.A young couple and their ferret came by,the ferret apparantly not having spotted the rabbits near the road.In the bushes tere were large numbers of longtailed tits ,a  few blue and great tits together with a very vocal robin.Low Tide and the exposed mud showed up the large

Date of sighting

2008 Sep 1

Time of day

Between 10 am and 12.30

Birds Seen

wood warbler
wheatear
swallow
Sparrowhawk
shelduck
Robin
Mallard
Magpie
long-tailed tit
little egret
kestrel
herring gull
Great Tit
carrion crow
blue tit

a special sighting
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