Shelter Funding Appeal
The Tice's Meadow Bird Group have applied for £1,000 funding from the Aviva Community Fund to build a shelter on Horton's Mound.
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Tuesday October 18thNo reports.
Wednesday October 19thNo reports.
Thursday October 20thNo reports.
Friday October 21stJohn Hunt reported a Common Sandpiper, 4 Snipe, 2 Little Egret, 4 Stonechat, 50+ Fieldfare (over) and a Red Kite this morning.
In addition, Richard Horton and Richard Seargent reported a Yellow-browed Warbler this afternoon. This was possibly the same bird that John Hunt found in the neighbouring Badshot Lea Ponds area this morning.
Yellow-browed Warbler is a new species for the site (species # 189), and the 148th species recorded on site this year.
There have been 13 records of Yellow-browed Warbler in the vice county of Surrey prior to this year. This Autumn alone, there have been 7 reported in the vice county of Surrey during a well documented nationwide influx, with our bird being the 20th overall record.
Saturday October 22ndDave Baker reported a Little Egret, 2 Yellow-legged Gull (adults), 3 Common Gull, a Rook, 30+ Chaffinch (over), 4 Lesser Redpoll (the first of the Autumn), 2 Siskin and c125 Fieldfare (over) this afternoon.
In addition, Richard Seargent reported 2 Green Sandpiper, 103 Lapwing, 79 Wigeon, 5 Pochard, a Little Grebe, 2 Stonechat, 2 Buzzard and 2 Red Kite this afternoon.
The count of at least 30 Chaffinch is a new site record count.
Sunday October 23rdJohn Hunt reported 11 Snipe, a Little Egret, 2 Stonechat and a Swallow this morning.
This is the latest Swallow recorded on site by 3 days.
|(c) John Hunt - Meadow Pipit|