Extension of the worked out climate condition (completely dry and also
light winds) for the beginning of the week. Solid south western winds with some
spread showers on Thursday 22nd, and afterwards a lot more modest winds
from the north Friday 23rd and also Saturday 24th prior to.
going back to soothe on Sunday.
Teal remain to be seen intermittently at Pondsbury,.
with a high matter of 4 on the 23rd.
Water rail have.
been making themselves understood, with a specific ‘screeching’ in Smelly Gully 19th via 21st, and also 2 birds taped on the 23rd. A group of 13 Oystercatchers showed up by North Light.
on the 19th. A solitary Ringed Plover flew over on the 19 th
and also 25 th, a Dunlin on the 20 th, Whimbrel on.
the 21st and also an additional solitary Lapwing on the 25th over Millcombe.
Snipe remained to be detected the early morning demographics.
till a high matter of 4 on the 21st, after which say goodbye to were.
taped till 2 on the 25th. A quick sea watch from the Ugly in the dirty skies adhering to.
the weather condition of the 22nd most significantly grabbed an Arctic Skua
and also 4 Manx Shearwater Manx Shearwater were likewise taped on the.
21st and also the 24th, with the greatest matter being 7.
people. 5 gGannets were likewise seen from North Light on the 22nd. One R azorbill and also a group of 12 Usual Scoter flew past the south west factor on.
an additional brief seawatch. 2
Grey Heron were identified in the touchdown bay.
on the 21st, and also a person was seen numerous times on the 22nd flying over the south of the island. Sparrowhawk visibility proceeds, with a high matter of.
4 birds coming with a 2nd autumn of passerines on the 23rd after the solid southern western winds eased off. A Merlin went down in on the.
21st and also 22nd, and also the person was seen appropriate throughout the island. A.
was two times seen from Tibbetts, around sundown on the 21st and also 22nd. Merlin, Quarter Wall Surface © Tom Wright Greater varieties of Skylark proceed with 13 on.
the 20th and also 8 on the 25th. The 23rd was a.
amazing day for Swallow flow, with a quote of 12,000 birds.
relocating southern over Lundy. Among the swallows were roughly 100 Home Martin
High matters of 18 and also 20
Sand Martin were taped on the 19th and also 23rd specifically.
Relocating onto warblers, 7 Willow Warbler were.
taped in Millcombe on the 21st and also a couple of Chiffchaff were.
taped most days. One Sedge Warbler was looking for the sanctuary around.
federal government in the modest winds of the 23rd and also a Reed Warbler
was taped on the 19th. Blackcap have actually existed all.
week, yet the most significant matters have actually come towards completion with 52 on the 23rd and also 37 on the 24th. The 25th confirmed to be the busiest day.
of the week with 76 Blackcap, 19 Goldcrest, 8 cChiffchaff,.
a Whitethroat, G arden Warbler and also a Firecrest,.
that had actually likewise been recognized on the 24th. Firecrest were likewise taped on the 20th and also one was ringed on the 23rd. A
was taped by.
our brand-new volunteer aide wardens on the 19th, initial at the Quarry and afterwards calling Millcombe. Yellow-browed Warbler, Quarries © Angus Croudace The adolescent Rosy Starling is still existing on the island, frequently seen on the Church Tower. On the 24th it was with a group of 300 Starling in Reduced Aerogenerator Area. Ring ouzel were taped in songs 19th via 21st. Wryneck
were remained to be located with one on the 19th and also 20th, and also 2 all at once in Smelly Gully on the 21st. Rosy Starling, Church © Angus Croudace 3 Identified Flycatchers were seen on the 19th with an additional on the 21st. A Pied Flycatcher ringed in Millcombe on the 21st was retrapped once more on the 23rd and also seen once more on the 24th and also 25th. A Black Redstart was seen on the 23rd with a Whinchat in South West Area on the 22nd. A huge increase of Robins has actually been kept in mind over the last couple of weeks with a high matter of 30 seen in Millcombe and also along the Lower East on the 25th. Reduced variety of
are still being seen with high matters of 3 on the 21st and also 24th. Wheatear, Old Light © Tom Wright There was proceeded above flow of pipits and also wagtails today. Solitary Yellow Wagtails were taped on the 19th, 21st and also 22nd. Grey Wagtails were even more typical with an overall of 5 seen or listened to on the 21st, 3 on the 20th and also 25th, 2 in the 23rd and also songs the remainder of the week. At the very least 2 Pied/White Wagtails, with a high matter of 5 on the 24th, were listened to flying over everyday today. A continental White Wagtail was verified in High Road Area on the 23rd. Tree Pipits are still being grabbed with ones on the 20th and also 22nd and also 3 on the 21st. High matters of 200 and also 150
Field Pipit were taped on the 23rd and also 25th specifically. An adolescent Hawfinch was taped in Millcombe on the 19th and also an adolescent Usual Rosefinch was ringed on the 23rd. A solitary Siskin was taped on the 20th as was a
Usual Rosefinch, Millcombe © Bob Medland
Hawfinch, Millcombe © Angus Croudace(*) Factors:.
S Cossey, R Ellis, C Dee, T Wright, A Croudace, E O’Donnel, D Nadin(*)