Wednesday, 14 February 2018

√Saville Park

I enjoyed an hour or so this morning, walking around Saville Park (hoping for a Brambling).
It was fairly dull but dry for the most part.

Redwing were the bird of the outing, with 62 to the NE of the chippy and a further c10 in the trees, higher up by the school.

Redwing is a lovely bird to see and amazingly unphazed by the dogs and people in the vicinity.

A few Mistle Thrush were also seen.

At least 12 Magpie were in one tree.
Also on the fields, Common Gull, Black Headed Gull, Starling, Jackdaw, Carrion Crow and Rook and a solitary Pied Wagtail.

A Herring Gull made a fly past and one of the Common Gull was sporting a silver ring.

1 comment: