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Landguard Bird Observatory · 1d ago

Friday 21st April 2017

This Yellow Wagtail was 1 of 2 seen this morning, the second bird passing over heading South. The first House Martins at Landguard for this year were seen, 1 going East out over the sea and ...
Landguard Bird Observatory · 2d ago

April Litter Pick

Spring Litter Pick this Saturday 22nd April 0930hrs start. Usual arrangements on the events page of www.lbo.org.uk
Landguard Bird Observatory · 2d ago

Thursday 20th April 2017

This male Wheatear towards the point was one of 12 Wheatear seen during the morning. Other migrants noted on the reserve include 4 Whitethroat, 2 Blackcap, 2 Chiffchaff and 2 Willow Warbler....
Landguard Bird Observatory · 3d ago

Wednesday 19th April 2017

A cold night with a brisk north-easterly wind has given us precious little to report on. The only saving grace are the Wheatear numbers have risen today to 40 on site. Also still present is ...
Landguard Bird Observatory · 4d ago

Tuesday 18th April 2017

This Whitethroat was in fine song making its presence known this morning from a bramble vantage point.A cool, clear and breezy start to the day and this was reflected with fewer migrants pre...
Landguard Bird Observatory · 5d ago

Monday 17th April 2017

The local male Kestrel enjoying a fresh young rat taken near the Butts pond.At first light a Snipe was flushed within the ringing area and flew onto the reserve. Wheatear have increased to 2...
Landguard Bird Observatory · 6d ago

Sunday 16th April 2017

Back to cool north-westerlies again, making life harder for the poor migrants to get here. This Willow Warbler was so pleased to make it that he started singing. About 4 Willow Warblers made...
Landguard Bird Observatory · 6d ago

Saturday 15th April 2017

The Greylag Geese, above, are seen passing on most days at this time of year. There is an increase of Wheatear on the reserve with 15 individuals seen this morning, other migrants seen were ...
Landguard Bird Observatory · 6d ago

Friday 14th April 2017

A White Wagtail, pictured above, is showing well on the reserve today, the Wheatear have increased to 11 individuals and 1 Little Ringed Plover is present again with 7 Ringed Plover. 3 Field...
Landguard Bird Observatory · 1W ago

Thursday 13th April 2017

Woodlark is seen passing Landguard relatively frequent and only very occasionally, like this individual, they stop off. Most of the migrants seen yesterday have dispersed this morning but 3 ...