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Bar-tailed Godwits - Corton - April 2004 - ©Andrew Easton
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RED-THROATED DIVER Gavia stellata
Noted past Kessingland on the 14th (1 N), 26th (1 N).
GREAT CRESTED GREBE Podiceps cristatus
Kessingland - 3rd (1 N), 15th (1 N), 16th (1 o/s).
Oulton Broad - On the 28th a pair with a half-grown baby were seen.
FULMAR Fulmarus glacialis
Kessingland - 1st (1 N, 3 S), 2nd (23 N, 2 S), 3rd (2 N), 4th (5 N, 1 S), 5th (1 N, 1 S), 6th (2 S), 7th (2 N, 3 S), 8th (1 N, 1 S), 9th (15 N), 10th (4 N), 11th (3 N), 12th (3 N), 13th (9 N, 1 S), 14th (11 N, 1 S), 15th (5 N, 4 S), 16th (9 N, 1 S), 17th (1 N), 18th (2 N, 2 S), 19th (3 N), 20th (1 N), 21st (5 N), 22nd (12 N), 23rd (34 N), 24th (6 N), 25th (3 N), 26th (32 N), 27th (22 N, 2 S), 28th (29 N, 1 S), 29th (11 N), 30th (9 N, 2 S), 31st (1 S).
Ness Point - 1st (1 N), 3rd (10 N), 5th (7 N, 2 S), 8th (2 N).
GANNET Morus bassanus
Kessingland - 1st(100 N), 2nd (69 N), 3rd (1 N), 4th (51 N), 5th (14 N, 7 S), 6th (25 N), 7th (5 N, 1 S), 8th (2 N, 6 S), 9th (29 N, 4 S), 10th (4 N, 1 S), 11th (17 N), 12th (64 N, 4 S), 13th (85 N), 14th (92 N, 1 S), 15th (7 N), 16th (13 N), 17th (5 N), 18th (4 N), 19th (9 N), 20th (34 N), 21st (19 N, 2 S), 22nd (37 N, 1 S), 23rd (102), 24th (247 N), 25th (201 N, 3 S), 26th (150 N, 4 S), 27th (151 N, 1 S), 28th (130 N, 2 S), 29th (44 N), 30th (32 N, 2 S), 31st (11 N).
Ness Point - 5th (2 N).
CORMORANT Phalacrocorax carbo
Kessingland - 3rd (16 S), 5th (1 N), 7th ( 1 N, 1 S), 14th (2 N, 1 S), 15th (1 N, 1 S), 16th (1 N), 17th (2 S), 18th (1 N), 19th (3 N), 22nd (1 N), 24th (1 N), 26th (1 N), 27th (1 S), 28th (1 S), 31st (2 N).
Ness Point - 26th (1 N).
Hamilton Dock -28th (1).
GREY HERON Ardea cinerea
One flew in from the sea over the North Beach on the 22nd and continued on westwards inland persued by several gulls.
SPOONBILL Platalea leucorodia
At 07:08 on the 19th a party of four flew slowly south about 30 metres above the beach at Kessingland then four days later 5 flew north on the 23rd.
WHITE-FRONTED GOOSE Anser albifrons
The bird with the injured wing from last year was again on Oulton Broad up to the 15th at least.
DARK-BELLIED BRENT GOOSE Branta bernicla bernicla
Kessingland - 1st (3 N).
SHELDUCK Tadorna tadorna
Kessingland - 1st (5 N), 2nd (10 N, 4 S), 3rd (1 S), 5th (2 N), 7th (5 S), 9th (2 N), 10th (4 N, 1 S), 11th (4 N 1 S), 13th (1 S), 14th (1 S),
15th (3 N, 2 S), 16th (14 N, 1 S), 17th (4 N, 3 S), 23rd (2 S), 25th (2 N).
WIGEON Anas penelope
Kessingland - 10th (2 N).
SHOVELER Anas clypeata
Kessingland - 4th (2 S), 23rd (2 N then S).
POCHARD Aythya ferina
Drake present on Oulton Broad on the 28th.
RED-CRESTED POCHARD Netta rufina
A drake was on Leathes Ham on the 16th. The last sighting of the wintering drake was February 22nd, and it has been looked for since then, so this may be a new bird moving through.
TEAL Anas crecca
Kessingland - 31st (3 S).
TUFTED DUCK Aythya fuligula
Kessingland - 3rd (2 o/s), 9th (1 N), 16th (2 S), 25th (1 N), 29th (3 S).
COMMON EIDER Somateria mollissima
Kessingland - 16th (27 N).
COMMON SCOTER Melanitta nigra
Kessingland - 3rd (11 N), 4th (6 S), 5th (6 N), 6th (6 N), 7th (2 N, 1 o/s), 9th (12 S), 10th (6 S), 12th (2 N), 13th (3 N, 3 S), 14th (31 N), 15th (24 N), 16th (37 N), 18th (12 N), 20th (9 N), 21st (2 N), 23rd (4 N, 1 S, 7 o/s), 24th (19 N), 25th (3 N), 26th (23 N, 4 S), 27th (21 S, 30 o/s), 28th (5 N, 18 S), 31st (9 N, 7 S).
OSPREY Pandion haliaetus
On the 4th one flew low north-eastwards over Oulton Broad persued by Herring Gulls. Another flew low north over Kessingland at 8:18 on the 9th being persued by a Carrion Crow.
MARSH HARRIER Circus aeruginosus
At 6:30 on the 25th one flew slowly north past Kessingland about 1 kilometre from the beach.
MONTAGU'S HARRIER Circus pygargus
A massive amount of fortune was involved in this sighting. While searching for Quail at Mutford/Gisleham late evening on the 31st a Barn Owl, which was quartering a set-a-side field, dive-bombed a stationary Montagu's Harrier. After flying around for a minute or so the Harrier returned to the same spot. Over the next hour or so it was seen a further four times giving prolonged close views. The local gulls and crows didn't appreciate it as much as the nine birders who beat the fading light to get there. By the way no Quail were heard, but there were no complaints!!!
HOBBY Falco subbuteo
At 7:20 on the 4th two flew south close to the beach at Kessingland. One was perched on the sewage works fence at Kessingland on the 9th before flying off north.
PEREGRINE FALCON Falco peregrinus
On the 1st one circled over the Dip Farm pitch and putt golf course at Gunton before drifting off southwards.
RED-LEGGED PARTRIDGE Alectoris rufa
One pair were at Corton on the 2nd.
GREY PARTRIDGE Perdix perdix
Three pairs were at Corton on the 1st.
OYSTERCATCHER Haematopus ostralegus
Kessingland - 3rd (9 S), 4th (2 S), 9th (7 N), 10th (1 N), 11th (6 N, 9 S), 13th (1 S), 16th (1 N), 17th (4 S), 18th (9 N, 1 S), 19th (2 N, 1 S), 20th (4 N, 1 S), 23rd (17 N), 24th (4 N, 1 S), 25th (1 S), 26th (5 N), 30th (2 N, 1 S), 31st (2 S).
Ness Point - 3rd (1 S), 13th (3 N), 26th (3 N).
AVOCET Recurvirostra avosetta
Kessingland - 9th (1 N), 14th (2 N), 16th (1 S), 17th (2 S).
RINGED PLOVER Charadrius hiaticula
Hamilton Dock - 28th (2), 31st (1).
GREY PLOVER Pluvialis squatarola
Kessingland - 8th (1 N), 11th (3 N).
DUNLIN Calidris alpina
Kessingland - 1st (22 N), 3rd (15 N), 4th (1 S), 5th (2 S), 11th (9 N), 12th (6 N), 13th (6 N), 15th (3 N), 20th (1 S), 23rd (21 N), 24th (11 N), 25th (6 N), 27th (11 N), 29th (4 N), 30th (11 N).
Ness Point - 8th (11 N).
BAR-TAILED GODWIT Limosa lapponica
On the 1st six were feeding in a field at Corton and four were on the Kessingland Levels the same day.
CURLEW Numenius arquata
Kessingland - 2nd (1 N), 6th (1 S), 8th (3 N), 11th (2 S), 13th (1 N), 20th (1 N), 29th (1 S), 30th (1 N).
WHIMBREL Numenius phaeopus
Eleven were feeding on the Kessingland Levels on the 1st. One flew north at Corton on the 2nd.
Kessingland - 1st (16 N), 2nd (14 N), 3rd (1 S), 4th (1 S), 7th (3 N), 8th (44 N), 9th (12 N), 10th (24 N), 14th (1 N, 2 S), 15th (2 N), 16th (11 N), 17th (15 N), 18th (7 N), 19th (1 N), 21st (1 N), 23rd (2 N).
Ness Point - 3rd (1 S), 8th (1 N).
TURNSTONE Arenaria interpres
Kessingland - 8th (15 N), 9th (4 N), 11th (3 N).
Ness Point - 1st (2), 15th (3).
Hamilton Dock - 27th (1), 28th (2).
POMARINE SKUA Stercorarius pomarinus
Noted past Kessingland as follows:
11th - at 14:25 a party of 4 pale phase adult's flew north approximately 3 kilometres from the beach.
23rd - at 19:34 one flew north about 1.5 kilometer's from the beach. "It then turned due east to pursue an adult Med Gull. What the gull had done to upset the Pom I don't know but the attack, which lasted for at least 90 seconds, was one of the most vicious I have ever seen. The gull was grabbed by the Skua three times and forced onto the sea. The pair were now within 100 metres of the beach and it appeared that the Skua was trying to hold the gull below the surface, however it managed to break free on each occasion, finally escaping to the south, with a large hole in its tail. After 30 seconds rest on the surface the Pom took to the air again, this time in pursuit of a 2nd-summer. Common Gull. The encounter lasted only a few seconds with the gull coughing up an offering that the Skua took on the sea. There followed the normal washing and drying flights before finally the skua departed to the north at 19:46 giving the distinct impression that it was on the lookout for the next client. I believe it was an adult but it did not have the full spoon regalia, the tail projection was broad and blunt", Paul Read.
28th - at 06:20 a fully spooned adult ambled north with relaxed undulating flight and occasional glides.
ARCTIC SKUA Stercorarius parasiticus
Kessingland - 4th (2 N, 1 pale 1 dark), 10th (1 N, dark), 11th (1 N, dark), 12th (2 N, both pale), 21st (1 N, pale), 25th (1 N, pale).
GREAT SKUA Catharacta skua
Kessingland - At 7:05 on the 2nd a Bonxie flew north approximately 3 kilometres from the beach. Another flew north at 18:05 on the 8th, approximately 2 kilometres out.
MEDITERRANEAN GULL Larus melanocephalus
Kessingland - 8th (1 adult N), 9th (3 adults N), 14th (1 2nd. sum. S), 23rd (1 S, adult minus part of its tail !!!!!), 24th (2 N, 1 o/s all adults), 30th (2 N; 2nd-sum + ad).
Lowestoft South Beach - An adult was patrolling the beach on the 30th.
KITTIWAKE Rissa tridactyla
Kessingland - 1st (15 N, 14 S), 2nd (35 N, 13 S), 3rd (10 N), 4th (5 N, 3 S), 5th (3 N, 10 S), 6th (7 N, 26 S, 1o/s), 7th (13 N, 17 S), 8th (6 N, 1 S, 1 feeding). 9th (29 N, 5 S), 10th (28 N, 1 S), 11th (22 N), 12th (18 N, 2 S), 13th (35 N, 4 S), 14th (20 N, 23 S), 15th (18 N, 11 S), 16th (4 N, 6 S), 17th (5 N, 6 S), 18th (6 N, 4 S), 19th (2 N, 3 S), 20th (9 N, 7 S), 21st (9 N, 3 S), 22nd (15 N, 3 S), 23rd (42 N), 24th (18 N, 5 S), 25th (20 N), 26th (32 N, 5 S), 27th (33 N, 1 S), 28th (32 N, 9 S), 29th (25 N, 6 S), 30th (7 N, 24 S), 31st (5 N, 9 S).
SANDWICH TERN Sterna sandvicensis
Four flew eastwards over Oulton Broad on the evening of the 1st.
Kessingland - 1st (14 N, 13 S), 2nd (26 N, 3 S), 3rd (3 N, 2 S), 4th (2 N, 1 S), 5th (4 N, 2 S), 6th (2 N), 7th (24 N, 36 S), 8th (7 N, 3 S), 9th (30 N, 2 S), 10th (71 N, 10 S), 11th (21 N, 3 S), 12th (25 N, 1 S), 13th (33 N), 14th (22 N, 1 S), 15th (7 N), 16th (4 N, 2 S), 17th (2 N), 18th (14 N, 1 S), 19th (1 S), 20th (13 N), 21st (6 N), 22nd (9 N), 23rd (11 N, 3 S), 24th (15 N), 25th (9 N), 26th (12 N), 27th (7 N, 1 S), 28th (9 N, 1 S), 29th (9 N, 1 S), 30th (2 N, 1 S), 31st (1 N).
Ness Point - 8th (1 N).
LITTLE TERN Sterna albifrons
Kessingland - 1st (12 N, 1 S), 2nd (14 N, 5 feeding), 3rd (13 N, 5 S), 4th (5 S), 5th (1 N), 6th (3 N), 7th (1 N, 6 S), 9th (7 N, 5 S), 10th (22 N, 6 S), 11th (2 N), 12th (3 N), 13th (25 N, 30 S, 4 feeding), 14th (20 N, 19 S), 15th (27 N, 14 S), 16th (36 N, 49 S), 17th (16 N, 26 S), 18th (7 N, 30 S), 19th (12 N, 14 S), 20th (47 N, 36 S), 21st (19 N, 11 S), 22nd (2 N, 1 S), 23rd (31 N, 3 S), 24th (35 N, 12 S), 25th (81 N, 76 S), 26th (56 N, 44 S), 27th (110 N, 103 S), 28th (86 N, 67 S), 29th (70 N, 102 S), 30th (95 N, 89 S), 31st (15 N, 87 S).
COMMON TERN Sterna hirundo
Ness Point - 5th (1 S).
ARCTIC TERN Sterna paradisaea
Seven flew north past Ness Point on the 8th.
ROSEATE TERN Sternus dougallii
At 06:58 on the 30th a (very) probable Roseate Tern flew north over the beach at Kessingland.
'Commic' Tern Sterna hirundo/paradisaea
Kessingland - 1st (1 N, 1 S), 2nd (8 N), 3rd (14 N, 3 S), 4th (6 N, 3 S), 5th (5 N, 7 S), 6th (4 N), 7th (12 N, 5 S), 8th (6 N, 9 S), 9th (31 N, 2 S), 10th (65 N, 3 S), 11th (27 N, 5 S), 12th (16 N, 1 S), 13th (76 N, 9 S), 14th (16 N, 11 S), 15th (25 N, 8 S), 16th (5 N, 2 S), 17th (3 N), 18th (12 N, 2 S), 19th (26 N, 5 S), 20th (12 N, 6 S), 21st (25 N, 4 S), 22nd (15 N, 6 S), 23rd (88 N), 24th (29 N, 7 S), 25th (20 N, 5 S), 26th (15 N, 3 S), 27th (15 N, 2 S), 28th (8 N), 29th (13 N, 4 S), 30th (15 N, 9 S), 31st (5 N, 1 S).
Lowestoft North Beach - 31st (3).
PUFFIN Fratercula arctica
At 18:04 on the 5th a Puffin flew north approximately 400 metres from the beach at Kessingland.
AUK sp. Alcidae
Noted past Kessingland on the 11th (1 N), 13th (1 N), 22nd (1 N), 23rd (13 N), 24th (2 N), 26th (6 N), 27th (4 N), 30th (1 N, 3 S), 31st (1 N).
STOCK DOVE Columba oenas
A pair have been visiting a garden on a regular basis in South Lowestoft this spring. Unusual in the middle of town.
TURTLE DOVE Streptopelia turtur
One flew over Kessingland sewage works on the 1st. One was in a garden in Sharon Drive, central Lowestoft, on the 9th. One was singing at Beccles Cemetery on the 11th. One was seen at Carlton Marshes on the 31st.
Cuckoo - Kessingland - May 2004 ©Andrew Easton
CUCKOO Cuculus canorus
Two were at Kessingland sewage works on the 9th, one of which was trapped and ringed, and is pictured above. Elsewhere, three were at Carlton Marshes on the 9th with 5 there on the 31st.
TAWNY OWL Strix aluco
Three juveniles were calling at Bond's Meadow, Oulton Broad on the 28th.
BARN OWL Tyto alba
One that ventured out in the morning at Corton on the 15th was harassed by Swallows and Crows.
Two were seen at Mutford on the 31st.
LITTLE OWL Athene noctua
One was at Corton on the 1st and 2nd. One was perched on telephone wires at Mutford on the evening of the 31st.
SAND MARTIN Riparia riparia
30+ were feeding low over the water with Swallows at Leathes Ham on the evening of the 4th.
On the morning of the 5th the tennis court fence at Normanston Park was festooned with Sand Martins, House Martins and particularly Swallows before they were all disturbed by a passing Sparrowhawk.
SWALLOW Hirundo rustica
Plenty of birds were on the move along the coast on the 1st and 2nd, though many of them were heading southwards. Do they know something we don't?
20+ were feeding over Leathes Ham on the evening of the 4th.
HOUSE MARTIN Delichon urbica
20+ were feeding low over the grass at Normanston Park on the evening of the 4th, accompanying numerous Swifts. Curiously neither of these two species were feeding over the water of Leathes Ham, whilst only a couple of Swallows joined the House Martins and Swifts over the park.
YELLOW WAGTAIL Motacilla flava flavissima
One flew over Kessingland sewage works on the 1st, and one was on the North Denes at Lowestoft on the 2nd. One flew south along Lowestoft south beach on the 3rd and two flew north at Corton the same day.
On the 5th two flew south past Ness Point and one was on Normanston Park early morning.
NIGHTINGALE Luscinia megarhynchos
One was again singing at Kessingland Sewage Works on the 1st and 9th.
It later gave much better views than is typical when it flew into a waiting net and was fitted with a ring!
(Photo: ©Robert Wilton)
BLACK REDSTART Phoenicurus ochruros
One was singing in the Ness Point area on the 3rd and 8th, and a female/immature male was amongst the caravans on the North Denes on the 3rd, with it or another on the sea wall there on the 13th. One was singing around Hamilton Dock on the 27th and 31st. One was seen on the 6th along Lowestoft North Beach seawall.
WHINCHAT Saxicola rubetra
One female was with Wheatears at Corton new sewage works on the 2nd, and two were on the North Denes the same day. A male was at Corton old sewage works on the 3rd. Another female was at Corton new sewage works on the 8th. On the 13th there was another very dull female at Corton new sewage works, photo below. It has been an excellent spring for this species with eight so far.
Whinchat - Corton - May 2004 © Andrew Easton
NORTHERN WHEATEAR Oenanthe oenanthe
Corton - Nine were at Corton on the 1st, with eight of them along the western edge of Corton new sewage works. At least five were still present there on the 2nd and 3rd, a further two were at the old sewage works on the 3rd. A male was trapped and ringed at the news sewage works on the 3rd, with the measurements indicating it was of the Greenland race.
North Denes - 1st (1), 2nd (2), 3rd (6).
Lowestoft South Beach - 3rd (a rather bedraggled male was singing quietly in the rain).
Kessingland Beach - 6th (2), 7th (2), 9th (3), 10th (3), 12th (2), 13th (2), 14th (2), 16th (2).
FIELDFARE Turdus pilaris
At least five were at Corton new sewage works on the 2nd.
RING OUZEL Turdus torquatus
A female was with Fieldfares at Corton new sewage works on the 2nd.
Just outside our area, four were in fields just south of the River Hundred at Kessingland Sluice, with at least two still there on the 2nd.
LESSER WHITETHROAT Sylvia curruca
Two were trapped and ringed at Kessingland on the 1st. One was still along Corton disused railway track on the 2nd.
COMMON WHITETHROAT Sylvia communis
Still good numbers around, and eight new birds were trapped and ringed at Kessingland on the 4th.
GARDEN WARBLER Sylvia borin
One was trapped and ringed at Kessingland on the 1st, and one was in Corton Woods on the 1st. Three were at Kessingland on the 9th.
CETTI'S WARBLER Cettia cetti
Still singing well at Kessingland, Carlton Marshes and Oulton Broad on the 1st. Also noted at Hall Road 3rd (singing well past midnight), Carlton Marshes 31st (5+), Everett's Park, Oulton Broad 15th (2). Two were seen at Puddingmoor, Beccles on the 3rd, it's nice to see them spreading well inland along the River Waveney.
SEDGE WARBLER Acrocephalus schoenbaenus
Still present in good numbers again at Kessingland on the 1st where seven new birds were trapped and ringed.
Sedge Warbler - Kessingland April 2004 - © Robert Wincup
REED WARBLER Acrocephalus scirpaceus
Still present in rather small numbers at Kessingland, but two new birds were trapped and ringed there on the 1st. On the 8th at least eight were in the small patches of reeds at Oulton Broad between the Yacht Club and Pets Corner. Similar numbers were at Kessingland on the 9th. Better late than never, but Willow Warblers still seem very low in numbers.
GRASSHOPPER WARBLER Locustella naevia
Two were singing at Kessingland on the 1st and 2-3 at Carlton Marshes early morning on the 9th.
ICTERINE WARBLER Hippolais icterina
One was singing and showing well at Outney Common, Bungay from May 31 - June 2nd at least. It gives a wide variety of mimicry including Oystercatcher, unless there was an Oystercatcher skulking in the scrub as well! It's a brilliant bird with vocals that outclass anything you'll hear on Top of the Pops. So ENJOY IT because one thing is for sure, it's the best you'll hear all year!!!!!
WILLOW WARBLER Phylloscopus trochilus
Still a bit thin on the ground, but three new birds were trapped and ringed at Kessingland on the 1st, and two were in Belle Vue Park on the 3rd. Birds were singing at Gunton, Corton and Carlton Marshes on the 15th. On the same day in the early morning one flew over the sea wall at Ness Point and dived into the Tamarisk bushes in the Birds Eye car park, apparently newly arrived. Two were singing at Carlton Marshes on the 31st.
SPOTTED FLYCATCHER Muscicapa striata
Puddingmoor, Beccles - 12th (2).
Kirkly Cemetery - One on the North side on the 19th.
Gunton - One visited a garden at Gunton for half an hour on the 22nd. This was a garden tick for the observer.
REED BUNTING Emberiza schoeniclus
One was trapped and ringed at Corton on the 1st. Several were singing well at Carlton Marshes on the 15th.
CORN BUNTING Emberiza schoeniclus
One was on the perimeter fence of Essex foods (Pakefield Ind Estate) before flying towards Carlton Colville on the 19th.
BIRDS RECORDED IN LIZARD LAND DURING 2004: Red-throated Diver, Black-throated Diver, Little Grebe, Great Crested Grebe, Slavonian Grebe, Fulmar, Gannet, Cormorant, Eurasian Shag, Little Egret, Grey Heron, Mute Swan, Bewick's Swan, Whooper Swan, White-fronted Goose, Pink-footed Goose, Greylag Goose, Canada Goose, Barnacle Goose, Dark-bellied Brent Goose, Egyptian Goose, Shelduck, Wigeon, Gadwall, Teal, Mallard, Pintail, Shoveler, Red-crested Pochard, Pochard, Tufted Duck, Scaup, Eider, Common Scoter, Velvet Scoter, Goldeneye, Smew, Red-breasted Merganser, Goosander, Red Kite, Marsh Harrier, Hen Harrier, Sparrowhawk, Common Buzzard, Kestrel, Merlin, Hobby, Peregrine Falcon, Red-legged Partridge, Grey Partridge, Pheasant, Water Rail, Moorhen, Coot, Common Crane, Oystercatcher, Avocet, Stone Curlew, Ringed Plover, Golden Plover, Lapwing, Knot, Sanderling, Purple Sandpiper, Dunlin, Ruff, Jack Snipe, Common Snipe, Woodcock, Black-tailed Godwit, Bar-tailed Godwit, Curlew, Whimbrel, Spotted Redshank, Redshank, Common Sandpiper, Turnstone, Arctic Skua, Great Skua, Mediterranean Gull, Little Gull, Black-headed Gull, Common Gull, Lesser Black-backed Gull, Herring Gull, Iceland Gull, Yellow-legged Gull, Great Black-backed Gull, Kittiwake, Sandwich Tern, Common Tern, Little Tern, Guillemot, Razorbill, Puffin, Feral Dove, Stock Dove, Wood Pigeon, Collared Dove, Turtle Dove, Barn Owl, Tawny Owl, Little Owl, Short-eared Owl, Common Swift, Kingfisher, Green Woodpecker, Great Spotted Woodpecker, Wood Lark, Sky Lark, Tree Pipit, Meadow Pipit, Rock Pipit, Yellow Wagtail, Grey Wagtail, Pied Wagtail, (White Wagtail), Bohemian Waxwing, Wren, Dunnock, Robin, Nightingale, Black Redstart, Common Redstart, Stonechat, Wheatear, Ring Ouzel, Blackbird, Fieldfare, Song Thrush, Redwing, Mistle Thrush, Cetti's Warbler, Grasshopper Warbler, Sedge Warbler, Reed Warbler, Lesser Whitethroat, Whitethroat, Garden Warbler, Blackcap, Chiffchaff, (Siberian Chiffchaff), Willow Warbler, Goldcrest, Firecrest, Bearded Tit, Long-tailed Tit, Marsh Tit, Coal Tit, Blue Tit, Great Tit, Eurasian Treecreeper, Jay, Magpie, Jackdaw, Rook, Carrion Crow, Starling, House Sparrow, Chaffinch, Brambling, Greenfinch, Goldfinch, Siskin, Linnet, Lesser Redpoll, Bullfinch, Hawfinch, Snow Bunting, Yellowhammer, Reed Bunting.