Yesterday was a different matter however, many birds were still at Druridge after the midweek fall so we caught a good few birds, well, Janet did, I had to leave at 9.15 to go to work. Both at Druridge and at Seahouses, there was a continual movement of skylarks overhead.
The good fall of song thrushes was evident, this was the first of eight.
This great tit (or should be grey tit) was an interesting one, a partial leucistic bird, which had a generally greyer appearance with virtually a white tail and a light grey rump - very odd.
|leucistic great tit|
No sign of last weeks barred warbler now, this rain may drop coasting birds in, so it will defo be worth a look down at Druridge on Monday, meanwhile I'm off to the pub to watch the footie.
song thrush 8
robin 4 (and one today)
blue tit 3 (+1 retrap)
blackbird 2 (+1 retrap)
great tit 1
reed warbler 1
coal tit 1