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Viv 1 Neo crBird Sightings and Other Things!

During our regular visits to the woods we are thrilled to spot all sorts of flora and fauna and often stop to gently investigate.  We could write reams about all the different species we discover.  However this blog by bird watcher Viv will concentrate mainly on the birds of Badgers Wood and Jubilee Stone Wood - for those keen to learn more about the noises often found high up in the canopy.

Viv 1 Neo crMonday 29th April 2024  9.15 to 9.50 a.m.

It is the end of April and I take a chance on a slightly windy and overcast day to visit Jubilee Stone Wood. 

Viv 1 Neo crMonday 18th March 2024  9.05 to 9.50 a.m.

Sitting on a tree stump. Many of my birding hours are spent surveying, walking steadily along a regular route listening and looking.  However once in a while it is lovely to just sit as still as possible and wait and see what comes.

Viv 1 Neo crMonday 12th February 2024  9.45 to 11.00 a.m.

6 weeks into 2024 and, so far, the weather  has chosen to be either super chilly or damp and overcast, with just the occasional day of sunshine to break the gloom.  Today may be mild but it remains cloudy.

Viv 1 Neo crWednesday 6th December  9.00 to 11.00 a.m. Part 2

The second half of our survey on behalf of the BTO initially takes us off the BET reserve. 

Viv 1 Neo crViv 1 Neo crWednesday 6th December  9.00 to 11.00 a.m. Part 1

It is a cold, grey morning at the start of our first winter bird transect survey on behalf of the British Trust for Ornithology (BTO).

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