Sunday, 30 November 2014


Out this morning in unusually warm weather which brought a November high count of 47 species in two hours with Cormorant, Long tailed Tit missed and a probable Jay which would have been the half century, a figure rarely achieved in such short time on the Carr outside passage season. It could have been the numerous shooters that had flushed everything for me so ducks and game were easily found along with flocks of winter thrushes, Lapwings, Lesser Redpoll and Siskin. 
A pair of Stonechat remain flycatching in the reeds with numerous Bullfinch and Meadow Pipit also present. I'm still searching for Short eared-owls or a rough legged Buzzard which would be nice but I guess I'll have to settle for quantity till the weather turns.

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