Broomhill Birder

 

 

Hi All,

looks like spring has really sprung, with warm weather and sunshine most of the day and our first terns for the year on Broomhill Flash!  Without further a-do here’s todays count Broomhill Flash, Warbler Way and Bolton Ings for 15th April.

This mornings sunrise giving Crupuscular Rays.

 

Crepuscular Rays over Broomhill

Broomhill Flash.

Snipe 2,

Redshank 2,

Grey Heron 1.

 

Tufted Duck 35,

Gadwall 7,

Little Grebe 6,

Goldeneye 1,

Wigeon 8,

Shovelor 2,

Teal 3,

Mallard 6,

Canada Goose 48,

Lesser Black-backed Gull 2,

Common Tern 1.

 

Sand Martin 3,

Swallow 12,

Willow Warbler 1 (car Park).

 

Common Buzzard 1,

Little Owl 2,

Kestrel 1,

Sparrowhawk 1.

 

Warbler Way.

(Singing)

Swallow 1,

White Wagtail 2,

Chiffchaff 9,

Long-tailed Tit 1,

Willow Warbler 3,

Wren 3,

Chaffinch 3,

Bull Finch 3.

 

White Wagtail

White Wagtail

Oldmoor From Warbler Way.

 

Avocet 4,

Oystercatcher 1,

Arctic Tern 2,

Common Tern 2.

 

Bolton Ings.

 

Common Sandpiper 2.

 

Pochard 20,

Great crested Grebe 3,

Mute Swan 2,

Tufted Duck 54,

Goosander 3,

Gadwall 68,

Wigeon 2,

Shovelor 2,

Mallard 6,

Greylag Goose 6,

Lesser Black-backed Gull 2 (1 Adult, 1 Juvenile).

 

Swallow 3+.

 

Kestrel 1.

 

TTFN

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