Sunday, 2 October 2016

Public enemy No's 1 and 2 -

Whilst the minority wish to obliterate them, they are always welcome in my garden along with any other form of "wildlife". Here's a still taken from video in poor weather this week of potential new friends :-)

It's the first time they have been captured in the garden at the same time

Goldfinch numbers continue to rise in the garden with a new record of 44. Insects are now becoming rare with only Aster and Sedum in flower and with the weather turning to typical Autumn standards it was surprising to see a rose that finished flowering a few weeks ago has started to bloom again.

so, demonstrating the typical drop in number of species recorded at this time of year as birds return and insects leave here's this week's weekly submission

A ring reading session on the Hayle estuary today produced a Black-headed Gull black 2ATC that looks like it was ringed as a chick this year at Marsh Lane in Staffs - I await confirmation

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