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Peregrine bath time

Sunny intervals, 14°, light S. 2 Peregrine Falcon seen today. 1 flew south over the hill towards the downs and then another encountered north of the h...
15-11-2018 16:06

A Merlin in the mix

Mainly sunny, 13°, light SW. Highlight of today was a male Merlin that zipped through out at Lollingdon. Appeared not to be hunting but still panicked...
14-11-2018 16:06

Another Kingfisher

A showery weekend with sunny spells, 13°, light S. A brief visit yesterday to the garden by 2 Brambling, by the time I got the camera something had sp...
12-11-2018 16:04

Golden Plover

A Golden Plover flock between 60-70 back on Cholsey Hill, also a flock of 100+ Lapwing.Photos courtesy Alan Dawson...
07-11-2018 16:04

Richard's Pipit revisited

Cloudy with some sunshine, 12°, light S. A trip to the downs above Blewbury this morning to catch up with the Richard?s Pipit that was found by Roger ...
04-11-2018 16:05

Thrushes dominant

Cloudy with a few sunny spells, 12°, light SE. Not a great deal of variety around today! Plenty of ?Winter Thrushes? around with in excess of 200 Fiel...
01-11-2018 16:05

Chilly end to October

Sunny, 8°, light NNE. A bit chillier than of late and the 2 Stonechat still present on the hill along with a Green Woodpecker. Elsewhere plenty of Fie...
30-10-2018 16:05

Sleepy Hollow again

Following on from the "Headless Kite" we now have a "Headless Kestrel"courtesy Alan Dawson...
28-10-2018 16:05

Inside looking out

Light cloud, 12°, light NW. The 2 Stonechat still present on the hill today and some movement of Thrushes and Starling with approx. 300 Fieldfare, 20+...
26-10-2018 16:05

Lapwings

The first flock of Lapwings of the autumn arrive in Cholsey with up to 300 birds present today.Photos courtesy Alan Dawson....
21-10-2018 16:05

Thrushes moving

A hazy day with low cloud cover, 18°, light SW. 2 Stonechat on the hill this morning but only briefly before moving off. A Sparrowhawk, several Yellow...
17-10-2018 16:05

Clouded Yellows

A couple of photos of Clouded Yellow butterflies today from Alan Dawson....
14-10-2018 16:04

Shaggy Inkcaps

A few Shaggy Inkcap fungi courtesy Alan Dawson....
12-10-2018 16:05

A busy Hill

Another sunny day, 21°, light ESE. A fair bit of activity on the hill today, with 2 Stonechat present (also present yesterday per TW) and a fair sized...
11-10-2018 16:04

Wittenham Wood

Hazy sunshine, 13°, light SW. A cooler day after the rain and a walk up to Wittenham Wood. Firstly several more Redwing noted a flock of 4 and another...
08-10-2018 16:04

First Redwing

Misty light cloud, 18°, very light SSW. Our first Redwing of the autumn today along Cholsey brook by Church road. Per Richard Broughton.Not a lot on t...
06-10-2018 16:05

Bats & Bits

An edited version of an email sent to me by TR. TR?s son Fred has become a Bat enthusiast and has bought an Echo Meter Pro Bat detector. Switching it ...
05-10-2018 16:05

New Moth for Cholsey

TR caught a new moth for Cholsey last night. A rather battered specimen but one non the less.A Clifden Nonpareil - Catocala fraxini.Photo of underside...
05-10-2018 16:05

An Autumnal day

Mainly cloudy, 17°, breezy W. A flock of 25 Mistle Thrush flew on to the hill this morning but stopped only briefly before heading north over the top....
04-10-2018 16:05

The Hare & the Swing

An interesting video of a Hare playing (") with a swing.Video courtesy Julie Grimshaw. Thanks...
01-10-2018 16:05

A couple from the garden

3 of the family of Moorhen that frequent the garden.And a visit from the Sparrowhawk....
01-10-2018 16:05

Stonechats & a Frog

Cloudy, 13°, light NNW.2 Stonechat on the hill today found by Alan Dawson.And a Frog on the allotments found by Loren....
01-10-2018 16:05

a couple of pics

A couple of photos from yesterday courtesy Alan Dawson. KestrelA typical view of Grey Partridge...
28-09-2018 16:04

Quiet apart from Red Kites

A warm and sunny day, 20°, light SW. Pretty quiet out there today, 2 Raven, 1 Swallow and a handful of Meadow Pipit and Skylark over the hill and 2 Ch...
27-09-2018 16:05

Wheatear & Whinchat

Cloudy with sunny spells, 21°, fresh SW.Ventured out today not expecting much in the windy conditions. The hill was very windy, however 2 Wheatear and...
20-09-2018 16:03

New Bees on the Block

The Ivy Bee was first recorded in the UK in 2001 and is now found in Southern England and Wales. As their name suggests they feed and collect Ivy poll...
20-09-2018 16:03

Sparrowhawk strikes again

Cloudy and windy, 22°, moderate to fresh SW.Noticed a Sparrowhawk around the garden this afternoon sitting in one of the trees above the feeders and a...
19-09-2018 16:04

Raven & Red Kite

Cloudy at first then brighter, 21°, breezy SSW. Fairly quiet on the hill today with 123 House Martin over in a 1 hour period, 3 Meadow Pipit and a Sky...
18-09-2018 16:05
 



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