Thursday, October 01, 2015

Cromwell Bottom & Ringstone Edge

      Paid a visit to Cromwell Bottom today, which was a good
      move as there was plenty of bird life about and the members
      have done a good job with the viewing area-:

      8 Long Tailed Tit
      2 Nuthatch
      4 Siskin, which I was pleased to see
      4 Canada's
      5 Jay, 1 Kestrel, 1 Raven, 1 Grey Wagtail, 1 male Bullfinch
      8 Goosander flyover, 1 GSW
      4 Mallard, 2 Moorhen, 2 Wren
      lots of Blue, Coal & Great Tits and Chaffinch.

     Now on to Ringstone in the bright sunshine but no rarities,
     100+ Lapwing
     20+ Canada's with 1 Greylag with them and lots of Gulls & Crows
     10 Meadow Pipit in fields opposite, also 2 Robin and 2 Dunnock
     1 Little Owl on Bull field wall.

     Garden had 20+ Goldfinch, 2 Coal Tit, 2 Great tit, 6 Green & Chafffinch
     4 Collared Dove, 10+ Starling and a 20+ Jackdaw flyover.








                            Sorry if there's too many pic's, won't do it again.

5 comments:

Bradshaw Rambler said...

Always good to get Siskin Dave.
John

AndyC said...

Had a look at Ringstone at 10ish still in the Fog a very good count of 47 Snipe , 37 Golden Plover , 1 Little Grebe ,1 Widgeon , 7 Teal. 257 Lapwing , 54 Swallow , 4 House Martins and 50 + Meadow Pipits on the move south...

AndyC said...

Great photos

Dave Brotherton Photography said...

Was there about 2 ish Andy parked outside the water board building and just had a look from the road, 1st time I've been so hope I was in the right place, wish them birds that you seen would of been there or probably were but I didn't spot them.

Dave Sutcliffe said...

Certainly not too many pictures Dave. Keep them coming the more the better for me.
Some good counts there as well Andy