Sculthorpe Moor – 27th July 2022 


 An excellent session complying with the severe warmth of the previous week. Chiffchaffs were most various although possibly a combination of birds reproduced on website, plus others currently relocating with on their movement back to the wintering premises. We captured our initial Nuthatch for the website.

Man Nuthatch completely main moult

The resident tits were captured in great numbers, mostly of juveniles consisting of 3 young Marsh Tits, 2 of which were currently noted by us earlier in the period. 

This young Blue Tit reveals indicators of a duration of bad feeding while the tail plumes 
( retrices) and also trip plumes (primaries and also secondaries) were being expanded.
Keep in mind the especially noticeable bars on the tail and also on top of the additional plumes.

The resident Wrens remain to include regularly in catches and also the songs of Sedge and also Reed Warbler, types hardly ever captured in the beaver unit were both retraps, the Sedge Warbler birthing a ring that we fitted on 7th June this year and also the Reed Warbler bring a Norfolk Ornithologist Organization ring, fitted in 2014, probably at one of the neighboring websites Hempton or Pensthorpe. Complete information are waited for.

Reed Warbler ABK9138 was ringed as an adolescent on 17/07/21

Total Amounts: 71 (10 )

Wren – 10 (2 )
Dunnock – 3
Reed Warbler – 0 (1 control)
Sedge Warbler – 0 (1 )
Blackcap – 4 (1 )
Chiffchaff – 25
Goldcrest – 1
Marsh Tit – 1 (2 )
Blue Tit – 17
Wonderful Tit – 9 (3 )
Nuthatch – 1

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