Dec 142014
 

14th December 2014 – A quiet weekend after Poland. I spent a few hours doing my local patch at Staunton Harold with the highlights being a large flock of around 40 Redpolls, amongst which I discovered at least 4 Mealies. A couple of drake Goldeneye still around, 5 Little Grebe, 9 Teal, 5 Wigeon and a fly-over adult Yellow-legged Gull. The feeding station was active but no sign of the male Tree Sparrow.

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Robin – Staunton Harold reservoir, Derbyshire – Tony Davison©

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Nuthatch – Staunton Harold Reservoir, Derbyshire – Tony Davison©

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House Sparrow– male – Above two images – Staunton Harold Reservoir, Derbyshire – Tony Davison©

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Dunnock – Above two images – Staunton Harold Reservoir, Derbyshire – Tony Davison©

 

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Coal Tit – Staunton Harold Reservoir, Derbyshire – Tony Davison©

 

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Chaffinch – female – Above two images – Staunton Harold Reservoir, Derbyshire – Tony Davison©

 

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