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Landguard Bird Observatory · 28m ago

Saturday 22nd July 2017

Starfish are not frequently seen on Landguard but it is probably to late to record it when it has been claimed by a Herring Gull.Strong Southwesterly wind and heavy showers to begin with thi...
Landguard Bird Observatory · 28m ago

Friday 21st July 2017

The wind has gathered pace through the morning to quite a strong Southwesterly. Very little passage has been noted today, however this post juvenile moult Willow Warbler is the first dispers...
Landguard Bird Observatory · 2d ago

Thursday 20th July 2017

The Woodpigeon get to freshen up following heavy rainfall, a shower is nice but a soak in a puddle bath is better.Following a breezy night there was a heavy shower mid morning. New birds not...
Landguard Bird Observatory · 3d ago

Wednesday 19th July 2017

The tremendous thunderstorm early this morning would have grounded anything passing through overnight, had there been anything in the area to pass through, except this juvenile Black Redstar...
Landguard Bird Observatory · 4d ago

Tuesday 18th July 2017

Common Tern feeding off the point during high tide. During an accumulation leading into high tide at the point there were 30 Black-headed Gull, 6 Sandwich Tern and 3 Common Tern.On the reser...
Landguard Bird Observatory · 5d ago

Monday 17th July 2017

Plenty of butterflies on the reserve at the moment including this freshly emerged Holly Blue.New birds noted on the reserve this morning was the first Green Woodpecker for the summer and 1 Y...
Landguard Bird Observatory · 6d ago

Sunday 16th July 2017

The first Yellow Wagtail of the autumn went south as did 15 Black-headed Gull, 6 Swallow & 3 Swift. Brown Argus had an awful first emergence with many of the Landguard regulars failing to co...
Landguard Bird Observatory · 1w ago

Saturday 15th July 2017

Migrating summer plumage Sanderling on the beach heading to West Africa for the winter are always well received. Autumn wader passage well underway plus the usual passerines that depart earl...
Landguard Bird Observatory · 1w ago

Friday 14th July 2017

Skylark have not bred here this century so its always good when a dispersing juvenile from elsewhere turns up. On the move southbound 282 Black-headed Gull, 13 Whimbrel, 10 Swift, 6 Swallow,...
Landguard Bird Observatory · 1w ago

July Litter Pick

Litter Pick this Saturday 15th July 0930hrs start. Usual arrangements on Events page of www.lbo.org.uk