Lundy Chicken Observatory: Lundy Chicken Observatory Replace

A magical spring day to discover the island with gorgeous circumstances and good birds to be discovered! Decide of the bunch was a Pink-throated Pipit round Punchbowl Valley and Pondsbury. First situated by name and seen in flight at 1435 and once more at 1525. Later, a stonking male Gray-headed Wagtail (Yellow Wagtail thunbergi race) graced St Helen’s Discipline, following the hoofs of ponies between intervals of retreating to the juncus.  Elsewhere, 2 Greenland Wheatear once more in Lighthouse Discipline, Cuckoo Quarter Wall and a skinny motion  of waders totalled 3 Ringed Plover and 8 Dunlin. Though hirundine numbers had been down significantly, Swallow outnumbered Home Martin for the primary time in 6 days (with 104 and 51 respectively). Millcombe and the south east copses characteristic twos of Collared DoveWillow and Sedge Warbler. 12 Noticed Flycatcher  remained for an additional day and three White Wagtail and a feminine flavissima Yellow Wagtail rounds of the frequent migrant tally.

Gray-headed Wagtail (ssp. thunbergi) © Richard Campey
One other busy chook log within the Tavern © Ella Berry

Contributors: Joe Parker, Luke Marriner, Chris & Carol Baillie, Tim Davis, Richard Campey, Tim Jones, Tony & Ann Taylor, Wealthy & Rebecca Taylor, Steve Wing, Paul Bullock, Darrin Dowding

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