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This mornings Vis Mig highlights, with Andy Makin, up to 11:15am-

Blustery and deteriorating conditions as the morning progressed, but birds on the move today. Redwings and finches especially, hugging the valley side and often coming within a few feet of us giving great close fly-bys though some would just appear right in front of us which made counting sometimes difficult as birds were behind us within seconds!

1 Hawfinch south, picked up over Gale Brook Plantation at 09:28, it ended up flying right past us within 50 feet, local birding just doen't get any better than this!
1 Merlin south
1024 Redwings south
7 Fieldfare south
1 male Ring Ouzel south
8 Brambling south
69 Goldfinch south
41 Siskin south
294 Starlings SW or NW

-- Edited by Simon Warford on Saturday 21st of October 2017 03:18:55 PM

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Friday, 20th October 2017

Big Hedge:
Fieldfare x 20 (first of year for me)
Redwing x 2
Mistle Thrush x 1
Kestrel x 1
Goldfinch x 4
Blackbird x 3

Horrock's Wood (off Scout Road) full circuit - new area for me and thoroughly enjoyable with fantastic view over Bolton from car park:
Redwing x 30
Kestrel x 3 sightings
Buzzard x 1
Collared Dove x 50
Bullfinch x 1
Reed Bunting x 7
Greenfinch x 3
Linnet x 1
Mistle Thrush x 2
Goldfinch x 7
Chaffinch x 5
Blue Tit x 1
Great Tit x 1
Long-Tailed Tit x 3
Wren x 1
Blackbird x 3
Carrion Crow x 40
Jackdaw x 3
Magpie x 10
Jay x 4
Moorhen x 1
Mallard x 2




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This mornings Vis Mig highlights, just myself, up to 12:30-

A classic arrival of Redwings here, all indicative of birds fresh in and coming in from Scotland. A total of 48 parties (largest party 250) coming down the Belmont valley out of the gloom and mist and then veering to the SW after Winter Hill. That magic time of year when we get hirrundines and winter thrushes together biggrin

2090 Redwings south or SW
5 Fieldfare SW
1 chacking Ring Ouzel SW with a Redwing flock
8 Swallow south
29 Pied Wagtails south
101 Meadow Pipit south
1082 Woodpigeon
78 Chaffinch south
9 Brambling south
123 Goldfinch south
69 Siskin south

Also 3 Ring Ouzels along Georges Lane at 11.45am.


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This mornings Vis Mig highlights, with Andy Makin, up to 11:30-

367 Pink-footed Geese NW
1 Hawfinch strongly SW at 08:00, allowing good views
1 Diver species, very high SW about 500 feet above the mast at 10:35, going in and out of clouds, couldn't ID to species unfortunately, but first for the moors.
4 Gadwall south
3 Goosander south
4,034 Woodpigeons south
68 Jackdaws south
145 Redwings SW or NW
4 Mistle Thrush south
205 Meadow Pipit south
21 Brambling south
30 Linnet south
40 Redpoll south
94 Goldfinch south
34 Siskin south


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Single Hawfinch south over Scout Road at 8am.

Info thanks to Andy Makin and Simon Warford



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This mornings Vis Mig highlights, in surreal conditions with the approach of Storm Ophelia with Saharan dust leading to a red sun. With Andy Makin and Chris Marston up to11.30-

10 Greylag Goose NW (highest site count)
1 Hawfinch low NE at 09:15 at fairly close range
123 Redwing south
49 Meadow Pipit south
1 Brambling south
13 Siskin south



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This mornings Vis Mig highlights in misty conditions, with Andy Makin, up to 11.00-

121 Redwing south
2 Fieldfare south
64 Siskin
1 Brambling south



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6 Stonechat at Heather Hall this afternoon.

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This mornings Vis Mig highlights, with Andy Makin, up to 11.00-

395 Pink-footed Geese SE and 153 NW
4 Goosander NW
3 Common Gull south
34 Pied Wagtail
201 Meadow Pipit
1 Swallow south
7 Redwing west
1 Brambling south
41 Siskin south
39 Linnet south

Also 6 Stonechat along George's Lane.

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This morning with Andy Makin-

Female Marsh Harrier
10 Wigeon NW
398 Redwings
32 Siskin south
2 Crossbill Walker Fold Wood

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This mornings Vis Mig highlights up to 12.30pm -

46 Barnacle Geese NW at 12.15pm - thanks to Simon Johnson for the phonecall and tip off, fantastic to see a high flying flock in v formation in the same airspace as several skiens of Pink-feet, given the large movement of Svalbard birds across the east coast, they were probably birds redirecting to the Solway.
190 Pink-footed Geese NW and 35 SE.
6 Bramblings in Gale Brook plantation before flying west.
56 Redwings NW
9 Snipe NW
6 Swallow south
190 Meadow Pipit south

Present were 2 male Ring Ouzels in the Big Hedge at Georges Lane, where Dan Brown later had 3 there. 6 Goldcrests Brownstones Quarry.

-- Edited by Simon Warford on Sunday 8th of October 2017 06:30:03 PM

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This mornings Vis Mig highlights with Andy Makin up to 11am were-

8 Crossbills NW right over our heads (first of Autumn)
401 Pink-footed Geese east and 15 NW
2 Golden Plover N (with 1 down in the field by Scout Road early morning)
445 Woodpigeon south
823 Meadow Pipits south
58 Swallow south
77 Linnet south
73 Siskin south


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Visible migration totals from yesterday morning, 3rd October:

 

6 skins of Pink-footed Geese totalling 319

2 male Merlin squabbling with a female

1 Swallow S

18 Skylark S

471 Meadow Pipit S

54 Pied Wagtail S

68 Linnet 

 

Info thanks to Andy Makin



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Full days Vis Mig with Andy Makin and Simon Johnson produced the following highlights-

1 Redwing north
1 Swift NW
1 Marsh Harrier NW
1 Merlin south
8 Raven high south
199 Pink-footed Geese (160 east & 39 NW)
435 Swallow south
111 House Martin south
1801 Meadow Pipits south
155 Siskin south

Present were 4 Chiffchaff, 5 Wheatear and 200+ Meadow Pipits across the moor.

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This morning with Andy Makin and Simon Johnson produced highlights-

1 Redwing west
1,000 Meadow Pipits south
118 Swallow south
10 Grey Wagtails south
40 Pied Wagtails south
41 Siskin south

2 Wheatear near the mast and 2 Song Thrush inside the main mast compound.
An exciting encounter by Brownstones, when a female Sparrowhawk was seen chasing a Mistle Thrush which it very nearly caught, the poor Mistle Thrush was then immediately chased by a Peregrine and somehow escaped again!

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Full day on Winter Hill with Andy Makin up to 4pm. A superb day, with an all day pipit movement, from the off and on a broad front, some very high and difficult to see especially in the early murk. We re-positioned after lunch, from our normal watchpoint to the mast compounds and Meadow Pipits steady all afternoon through here as well. Highlights -

3 Redwings over south and west (5 days earlier than last year)
1 Peregrine
13 Buzzard south
1 female Marsh Harrier through south at 13.10 right past us
3 Raven south
5493 Meadow Pipits south
63 Pied Wagtails south
8 Song Thrush south
150 Swallow south
93 Siskin south
96 Linnet south
70 Goldfinch south

Birds present included 4 Wheatear, 6 Stonechat, 1 Black Redstart border wall by main mast compound, 5 Chiffchaff, and a very late Spotted Flycatcher in the southern most cable compound. One dead Grasshopper Warbler by main mast building. Record shots by Andy Makin.

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-- Edited by Simon Warford on Tuesday 26th of September 2017 08:32:16 PM

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This mornings Vis Mig watch with Andy Makin and Rick Else -

1257 Meadow Pipit south
5 Jay (4 south, 1 NW)
94 House Martin south
7 Mistle Thrush south
24 Pied Wagtails south
39 Linnet south
75 Goldfinch south
33 Siskin south

Also 3 Wheatear (Phil Rhodes) and 7 Stonechat across the moors.

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Just over 2hrs this morning around Mast Road to Holden's Farm produced virtually no noticeable movement, 5 Siskin and 1 Redpoll NW being the highlight. At least 120 Meadow Pipit were down, but only single figures noted moving overhead. Other birds included a flock of 11 Jay moving through Holden's Plantation, 2 Wheatear, 4 Chiffchaff, 2 Stonechat, 90 Goldfinch and a Nuthatch at Holden's Farm



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Whinchat on Edge Lane and 4 Wheatear at Heather Hall this afternoon.

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This mornings Vis Mig watch with Andy Makin was fairly unproductive, other than continued early movement of Pink-Footed Geese-

1037 Pink-footed Geese SE in 19 skiens and 373 NW in 4 skiens. Smallest group just 7 birds.
257 Swallow south
133 House Martin south
20 Meadow Pipit south

Also 1 Whinchat and 3 Wheatear Georges Lane and 1 Wheatear Fleet Moor (Andy Pinches & Phil Rhodes).

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Another good mornings Vis Mig watch with Andy Makin, highlights only-

163 Pink-footed Geese SE and 155 NW, a total of 9 skiens
2 Golden Plover NW
ringtail Hen Harrier through west
277 Meadow Pipit south
1 Swift south (latest ever over Horwich Moors I think)
1 Sand Martin south
2615 Swallows south
3516 House Martins south

2 Tree Pipit by Gale Brook Plantation.



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Good Vis Mig watch this morning, before departing to White Holme Reservoir with Andy Makin, produced-

16 Golden Plover (1 north and 15 SW)
30 Pink-footed Geese NW
1 male Merlin south
2 Tree Pipit south
1 cracking male Ring Ouzel which flew in from the north and landed by Scout Road quarry briefly.
319 Meadow Pipit south
3 Raven south
961 Swallow south
700 House Martin south
Siskin 5 south



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This mornings Vis Mig highlights with Andy Makin were-

1 female Merlin south
2 Golden Plover north
3 Swift south
107 House Martin south
11 Grey Wagtails south
1272 Meadow Pipits south
27 Siskin south

6 Wheatear present, mostly Matchmoor Lane and Mast Road.

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Originally posted today by Jack Danson:

Everyday this week on pheasant feeder in the garden at Holden Farm, a Great Spotted Woodpecker. Brilliant.



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Two Spotted Flycatcher and a Whinchat in Burnt Edge this afternoon.

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This mornings sightings between Andy Makin, myself, Simon Johnson and Phil Rhodes;

Decent morning, with first Meadow Pipits moving, but highlight was a notable movement of Buzzards, a fine kettle of 16 birds spirraling high and then further birds very high over heading south east (wonder whether this annual movement consists of dispersing juveniles?), some were only picked up due to us watching our first Merlin of the autumn having an aerial disagreement with a Kestrel.

George's Lane - juv Sedge Warbler, 4 Whinchat and 9 Wheatear.

Holden's Farm - 3 Whinchat still present, a Sand Martin on overhead wires with Swallows and a Merlin high up over Smithill's Moor, later seen hunting.

Burnt Edge - 2 Wheatear.

Fleet Moor - 2 Whinchat, 11 Wheatear and fantastic spiral of 16+ Buzzards.

Mast Road - 27 Wheatear.

Other birds moving through included 27 Buzzards, 30 Meadow Pipits, 10 Sand Martin and 8 Siskin.

-- Edited by Simon Warford on Saturday 2nd of September 2017 08:15:37 PM

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Further sightings from today:

58 Wheatear on moors and a further 3 Whinchat on Fleet Moor

 

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This morning's highlights, accompanied by Andy Makin:

Higher Meadows:

1 Spotted Flycatcher

4 Whinchat

1 Tree Pipit

2 Wheatear

Holden's Farm:

3 Whinchat

2 Spotted Flycatcher

1 Tree Pipit

1 Redstart

 

 



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Brief late morning visit after rain shower-

Gale Brook Plantation - 1 Whinchat and 2 Spotted Flycatchers.

Mast Road Pony Fields - 10 Wheatear and an Oystercatcher.

Mast Compounds on Winter Hill - 10+ Wheatear around the walls and 2 Robin's inside the main compound. Also slightly further down the mast road 2 juvenile Whinchat on square fenced area.

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Other sightings from the moors today included:

Grasshopper Warbler, Whitethroat, Chiffchaff and 21 Willow Warbler in the most compounds on Winter Hill with 24 Wheatear and a Whinchat along Mast Road.

Info thanks to Andy Makin

 



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Around the Mast Road pony fields today, 3 Wheatear, c50 Goldfinch, 40 Meadow Pipit

3 Wheatear Matchmoor Lane

Tree Pipit heard over Walker Fold Road just south of Walker Fold Wood

 



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Juvenile Yellow Wagtail in the sheep field below the northern end of Georges Lane at 11:25 for 5 minutes today, also a Hobby south at 11:45. 

 

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07.45 to 11.00

George's Lane: 3 Stonechat, 2 Wheatear, 2 Raven, one apparently with an egg (?hen's) in its mouth, 2 Kestrel, 40 Goldfinch, a few Meadow Pipit.

Burnt Edge: 1 Spotted Flycatcher and 1 juvenile male Redstart in the large willow at the Walker Fold end. Also 2 Willow Warbler and a juv Chiffchaff in same tree. Single (or possibly 2?) Wheatear in adjacent tree (thanks to another birder).
Flock of 40 or so Swallows.
30 Goldfinch around Holden's Farm, along with a few Linnet and a Kestrel.

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This morning 8am to 1pm, highlights between Andy Makin and myself;

Scout Road Area- 1 juv Whinchat by Gale Brook Plantation with 1 Stonechat, also 3 Spotted Flycatcher along fence here. 2 Tree Pipit over south.

Walker Fold to Burnt Edge- 2 Spotted Flycatcher Newfields, also Whitethroat and 6 Willow Warbler. 4 Wheatear Burnt Edge, 2 Wheatear Montcliffe and 40 Swallows on wires.

Brownstones- 2 Spotted Flycatcher

Georges Lane- 2 Spotted Flycatcher, 2 White Wagtail.



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11.00-17.00

Georges Lane : 6 Stonechats, 3 Kestrels, 1 Raven and a flock of 60+ Goldfinches.

Burnt Edge : 2 Tree Pipits, 30+ Meadow Pipits, 3 Kestrels, 1 Stonechat and 2 Ravens.

Walker Fold : 3 Buzzards, 1 Kestrel and 4 Goldcrests.

Sugar Loaf Plantation : 1 Spotted Flycatcher.

Holdens Farm : 18 Linnets.







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Late news yesterday when an Osprey was photographed sat on a telegraph pole on Burnt Edge up to 6.38pm, when it flew off south.

Info thanks to Jon Bradshaw (via Dan Brown).

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Late news for yesterday:

Osprey over SE at 3:40pm, watched heading over the Macron Stadium area

1 Tree Pipit

9 Wheatear 

 

Info thanks to Andy Makin



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Only birds of note to add to Sundays report are:-

 

2 C Whitethroat Walker Fold Wood

1 Redstart (f) sugar loaf Plantation

8 Kestrels in the air at the same time seen from Georges Lane

1 oystercatcher in fields bottom of Mast Road

1 Stonechat along Burnt edge

1 Sparrowhawk, Wilderswood area

2 Jays over Burnt Edge

 

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Todays sightings, by site regulars up to 4.30pm.

Unidentified juvenile Acro Warbler (Reed or Marsh) present all day 100 yards up the track from Walker Fold Road, showing on and off. Probably a Reed Warbler but a very interesting bird, with ID inconclusive in the end.

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Walker Fold Wood to Burnt Edge area were 6+ Tree Pipit, 3 Spotted Flycatchers, 2 Redstarts, 3 Wheatear, 4 Grasshopper Warblers and 25 Willow Warbler.

Brownstones Quarry - 2 Spotted Flycatcher.

Georges Lane - 2 Whinchat, male Redstart and Spotted Flycatcher (Andy Pinches).

Fleet Moor - 1 Whinchat, 3 Wheatear, 150 Lapwing.

-- Edited by Simon Warford on Sunday 20th of August 2017 06:13:41 PM

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3 cormorant south over Georges Lane this morning at around 8am.



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A couple of hours stroll from the Walker Fold end, past Holdens Farm and back down Burnt Edge this lunchtime didn't produce an awful lot unfortunately. Quite a few Chiffchaffs and Willow Warblers were around, along with a few Goldcrests. I didn't see any Wheatears, Spotted Flycatchers, Whinchats or Tree Pipits, although I thought I caught a Tree Pipit calling as I walked down the path from Newfields. Singles of Buzzard and Sparrowhawk were the only raptors seen.

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16.00-20.45

Georges Lane

1m Whinchat and 1 juv Stonechat both sat on fenceposts below the kennels.

2 Buzzards calling and doing an aerial display. A family of 3 Kestrels, one of which was mobbing a Buzzard.

Burnt Edge

3 Spotted Flycatchers showing very well on the the edge of the wood, near the old brick building. Many thanks to the birder who pointed these birds out to me.

A group of 12 Meadow Pipits and 4 Reed Buntings were near the plantation.

Walker Fold

6 Willow Warblers and a single Chiffchaff moving through the conifers beside the track.

Holdens Farm

1 Tree Pipit sat on the wires along with 18 Swallows.



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1 Spotted Flycatcher today along George's Lane in The Dell, 3 Wheatear in the Mast Road pony fields



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Late news for yesterday afternoon:

9 Wheatear in the pony field off the bottom of Mast Road

Spotted Flycatcher along the Walker Fold to Burnt Edge path

2 Tree Pipit at Edge Lane

 

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This mornings highlights with Simon Johnson upto 11.30am;

Brownstones-

1 Spotted Flycatcher
1 poss 2 Tree Pipits
Garden Warbler
5 Willow Warbler
3 juv Bullfinch

Walker Fold Wood to Burnt Edge-

3 Grasshopper Warblers
4+ Tree Pipit
2 juv Bullfinch
4 Stonechat
2 juv Whinchat

Scout Road-

1 Tree Pipit
3 Stonechat

Also 5 Wheatear on Fleet Moor and Phil Rhodes had 3 on the mast Road. Dave Sherrington had a Redstart George's Lane.



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Record shot of a Tree Pipit in Wilderswood, Friday 11th, 1 other heard only over George's Lane



-- Edited by dave broome on Saturday 12th of August 2017 09:59:00 AM

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Pleasant mooch from Walker Fold up to Holden's Farm and round back via Burnt Edge. Most activity was early from 0730 through to 0900 - after that all was noticeably quieter.

No Spotted Flycatchers or Tree Pipits for me today. The one unusual find was a Willow Tit in the trees near Holden's Farm. It gave its "zee-zee" call so it wasn't a Marsh Tit. Not particularly a species I would expect on the moors? (Record shot attached)
One was seen a couple of hours later on the wire near the farm - possibly the same bird.

Otherwise

16 Mistle Thrush on wires by Walker Fold parking area flew off south.
Goldcrest 8 in a mixed Tit flock on the access track
Also Great Tit, Blue Tit, Coal Tit (6), Long Tailed Tit (about 10) and Chaffinch in same flock, with a single Willow Warbler.

Elsewhere
Willow Warbler 3
Reed Bunting approx 10
Wren 6
Bullfinch 4
Common Whitethroat 4 juv
Linnet 3 juv
Kestrel 6
Sparrowhawk 1
Raven 1

Meadow Pipits - approx 60 around Holden's Farm early on.



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Today's sightings combined between Andy Makin, Simon Warford and Andy Pinches:

 

15 Tree pipit with 7 at Higher Meadows, 4 east at Burnt Edge, 2 feeding at the northern end of Burnt Edge, 1 at Walker Fold and 1 at Holden's Farm.

20 Spotted flycatcher with 1 at Brownstones, 1 in the dell at Higher Meadows, 12 together Gale Brook, 2 at Walker Fold and 4 at Wilderswood.

Juvenile Marsh Harrier flew west over Gale Brook just after 4pm (photo below by Andy Makin).

6 Wheatear

35 Willow Warbler

3 Siskin

80 Swift NE

1000 Swallow and 237 House Martin SW late afternoon.

 

 



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11.00-15.30

Georges Lane : 3 Kestrels and 1 Raven.

Burnt Edge : 1 Spotted Flycatcher (On the the woodland edge near the "S" bend on the track) ,2 Kestrels and a flock of 8 Linnets.

Holdens Farm : 1 Kestrel, 6 Meadow Pipits, 2m Stonechats, 3 Reed Buntings, 2 Willow Warblers, 1 Great Spotted Woodpecker plus lots of Linnets.

It was difficult to count the total number of Linnets, around dozen were in the horse paddock by the path, but at one point 60+ erupted from the overgrown pasture opposite.

All the small birds, including Swallows, frequently rested in the hawthornes that line the path, thus giving nice clear views.



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An additional Tree Pipit was also seen fly over southwards from the northern end of Georges Lane this morning (just over the border in Lancs).

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