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Saturday, 8 October 2016

15 Yellow-browed Warbler!

The 1st winter Red-backed Shrike was showing well at the Dead Pine Walk, Garrison in the evening light

  On my ways to Newford this morning news came out of a Red-breasted Flycatcher was around the pond. After hearing the flycatcher, it showed very briefly in the dull light. There were also up 4 Yellow-browed Warbler and a short walk into the back fields produced 3 Pied and 2 Spotted Flycatcher, 4 Willow Warbler and 7 Chiffchaff, 2 Blackcap, 1 Garden Warbler, 2 Firecrest and 2 Yelow-browed Warbler.
  Later in the morning the sun came out and it turned out to be a very hot day. At Bishops View there were single Ring Ouzel, Whinchat, Yellow Wagtail, Spotted Flycatcher, Redwing and 50+Swallow. 
I saw 4 Pied Flycatcher and Spotted Flycatcher today

Record shot of a distant Ring Ouzel at Bishops View

   Yesterday an Arctic Warbler was found at Shooters Pool and birders looking for it this morning had 8 Yellow-browed Warbler. When I got there I could only get 3 of the latter species. A search deeper into Black and White Wood and there were 20+Chiffchaff, 1 Blackcap, 2 Willow Warbler and a single Lesser Whitethroat. At nearby Rose Hill I had a Firecrest and male Sparrowhawk. 
  With Higgo, we went looking at Higher Moors and here there were another 4 Yellow-browed Warbler, 1 Pied Flycatcher, 2 willow Warbler and 10+Chiffchaff. Shortly after I left Higher Moors, Higgo relocated Bob Dawson's Red-breasted Flycatcher that he found this morning.

I had 2 Lesser Whitethroat today with a single on the Garrison and this bird at Lower Moors

I saw up to 9 Willow Warbler

    Early evening and I just had time to walk the Dead Pine Walk before I had to return to work. Single 1 Lesser Whitethroat, 1 Spotted Flycatcher, 1 Willow Warbler, 6 Chiffchaff, 2 Redwing and 2 Yellow-browed Warbler. The Red-backed Shrike was performing well on the dead pine stumps. All together I had personal record of 15 Yellow-browed Warbler.

The 1st winter Red-backed Shrike has moved from the paddocks on the east side of the Garrison to the west side favouring the dead pines

I got 14 Yellow-browed Warbler and this was the best pic I could get

  Yesterday evening Will Greedy Blyth's Scott and I tried the airfield hopping to relocate his Red-throated Pipit he had earlier. No sign but we did get the 2 Ruff and 3 Lapland Bunting. Also there were 25+Wheatear, 2 Whinchat and 15 Skylark. We also tried the golf course and all we got were 6 Wheatear and 11 Skylark. There was also good numbers of both Continental Song Thrush and Robin. At Trewince I kicked 30+Song Thrush out of the fields.

I had up to 35+Wheatear 

Including this showy bird at Little Porth, I saw 5 Redstart

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