Broomhill Birder

Hello again!,

a blustery old day but at least the migrants are still moving and the Red-Throated Diver is still alive and well after not being seen for 3 days was seen this morning at Wintersett. Here are the numbers for Broomhill Flash, Warbler Way and Bolton Ings for 17th April.

Broomhill Flash.

Redshank 2,

Avocet 2,

Golden Plover c14,

Grey Heron 1,

Snipe 1,

Oystercatcher 2,

Lapwing c7.

 

Shelduck 4,

Tufted Duck 20,

Little Grebe 6,

Pochard 1 Female,

Mallard 7,

Gadwall 3,

Shovelor 2 Drake,

Cormorant 3,

Greylag Goose 1,

Canada Goose 14,

Barnacle Goose 1,

Pink-footed Goose 2,

Mute Swan 2,

Common Tern 1.

 

Swallow c12,

Sand Martin 2+,

Willow Warbler 1,

 

Little Owl 1,

Sparrowhawk 1,

Kestrel 2,

Red-legged Partridge 2.

 

Broomhill Park.

 

Yellowhammer 1,

Chiffchaff 2.

 

Warbler Way.

 

Skylark 1,

Chiffchaff 10,

Willow Warbler 6.

 

Bolton Ings.

 

Oystercatcher 4,

Common Sandpiper 2.

 

Little Grebe 9+,

Mallard 9,

Greylag Goose 6,

Pochard 15,

Tufted Duck 47,

Shovelor 2,

Gadwall 94,

Cormorant 9,

Mute Swan 2.

 

Sand Martin 4,

Jay 1,

Kestrel 1.

 

Wombwell Ings (from bridge).

 

Dunlin 2,

Ruff 1,

Little Ringed Plover 3.

Ringed Plover 2,

Redshank 1+.

 

White Wagtail 2,

Yellow Wagtail 1.

 

 

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