Language Translator

Wednesday, 30 September 2015

Gone a little Quiet

Richard's Pipit at Trewince

  With the strong easterlies continuing throughout the week you would expect something of note would of turned up. However, it hasn't happened yet and the only new birds to arrive included 2 Wryneck on Gugh and St Martins, a Snow Bunting at Little porth and a sprinkling of Yellow-browed Warbler and Firecrest. A Golden Oriole was seen to fly from Watermill towards Helvear and the RED-EYED VIREO is still present and showing well on St Agnes.

  Two days ago I relocated the airfield Richard's Pipit at Trewince feeding with up to 60 Meadow Pipit and a single Yellow Wagtail There was also a vocal Yellow-browed Warbler In the pine belt.
  Today I had a quick look around the Newford fields and was rewarded with a Yellow-browed Warbler and my first Firecrest of the year. up to 4 Blackcap, 7 Goldcrest, 3 Chiffchaff and a single Pied Flycatcher were nearby

Richard's Pipit

Yellow-browed Warbler at Newford Other Yellow-browed Warbler seen today included single on St Agnes and Bryher. On the latter island there were also 2 Redstart, 1 Golden Plover, 3 Spotted and 2 Pied Flycatcher and 2 Whinchat

Pied Flycatcher at Trenowth

Frazey Ford is a Canadian singer-songwriter. She was a founding member of The Be Good Tanyas. Her solo debut Obadiah was released on Nettwerk on July 20, 2010. Jenny Charlesworth of The Georgia Straight wrote that a few of the songs "swing with a mellow neo-soul beat enlivened by buttery vocals", and noted influences from rhythm and blues singers Ann PeeblesRoberta Flack, and Donny Hathaway. Ford also credits her free spirited parents (her father was an American draft dodger who moved to Canada), and being a mother as strong influences on her songwriting.

1 comment: