Thursday, 13 October 2011

Ringing on 14th Sep 2011

With the wind easeing, George was back in action over at the Observatory today with a healthy 38 Birds processed, including 34 New birds and 4 Retraps.

  The days catch was made up thus (New/Retrap) - (1/0) Swallow, (0/1) Wren, (3/1) Dunnock, (1/0) Robin, (1/0) Reed Warbler, (0/1) Barred Warbler, (1/0) Lesser Whitethroat, (10/1) Whitethroat, (4/0) Blackcap, (7/0) Chiffchaff, (1/0) Willow Warbler, (1/0) Blue Tit and (4/0) Great Tit).

  The retrap Barred Warbler was the one from last week, seemingly still hanging around, not surprising really after four days off near gale force winds!

  Also reported on the 14th Sep 2011 were -

x4 Spoonbill
x8 Pink Footed Goose
x2 Spotted Redshank
x5000+ Knot
x1 Ruff
x1 Whimbrel
x1 Turtle Dove
x5 Swift
x1000+ House Martin
x11 Whinchat
x17 Yellow Wagtail
x4 Tree Pipit
x7 Chiffchaff
x1 Lesser Whitethroat
x38 Tree Sparrow
x20 Redpoll
x5 Crossbill

  This evening Mick Briggs travelled to Boston to a book signing at Waterstones by Mr David Lindo. The book signing was preceded by a talk about Mr Lindo's life and how he became a birder and a writer. It was all very fascinating and a good time was had by all that attended.
Mr David Lindo at his book signing at Waterstones in Boston on the 14th Sep 2011.
Photo - Mick Briggs

 Katherine Birkett having a book signed by David Lindo at Waterstones in Boston on the 14th Sep 2011.
Katherine is well known to Lincs Bird Club Members for her many posts on the L.B.C. Forum web pages.
Photo - Mick Briggs

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