18 February 2013

Monday 18th February


Once again the 8 Waxwings turned up at Nash Road but were once again extremely mobile and for most of the time disappear for long periods, I watched these birds for 30 minutes before disappearing into the distance, but was then treated later on in the afternoon when they turned up outside of my house and was enjoyed by a few other members of the public.

Saturday 16th February

A very quick 30 minute visit to the cemo produced 25 Siskins and 48 Redwings.

Friday 15th February

A trip to Ramsgate this morning just before 9am, resulted in a nice find of 33 Waxwings which were present by Newington School by St Princess Margaret Avenue. I also visited the patch which resulted in 170 Fieldfares, 5 Siskins, 10 Lapwings, 10 Chaffinches, 1 Cormorant west and 5 Lapwings.

Monday 11th February

House tick, I had 3 Waxwings in my front garden this morning feeding on the small amount of Cotoneaster berries that we have, but a great sight nevertheless. Also Dave Gilbert and I had the 8 Waxwings along Nash Road at 1:30pm.  

Saturday 9th February

The 8 Waxwings were still present along Nash Road Margate and although only briefly seen for 5 minutes they showed very well down to a few feet away.

Monday 4th February

Still at least 1 Waxwing present along Nash Road.

Saturday 2nd February

Dave Gilbert had 8 Waxwings along Nash Road this morning.

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