Tag Archives: Birds

Wandering in White Wood

I make a point of visiting White Wood above the double Dart valley on Dartmoor at least once a year in the spring.  Ever since the late Ian Mercer told me that wood warblers breed here I go to listen for them. … Continue reading

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Serenaded by warblers

Otmoor is bursting with warblers. Continue reading

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Early bird at Cowleaze Wood

I repeated my bird survey for the Thame Valley Conservation Trust and recorded plenty of singing males. Continue reading

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My bird year 2016

In 2016 I saw 120 bird species and heard four, mainly around Turville, Otmoor, Little Marlow and Dartmoor. Continue reading

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A dissimulation of wagtails

I saw a mass of pied wagtails one night in the dimly lit motorway services car-park. Continue reading

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Too many chaffinches?

I am doing a bird survey for the River Thame Conservation Trust. Continue reading

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Barossa-bound

A successful survey for nightjars at Barossa, Surrey Continue reading

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