Devon Bird Sightings from 1st–7th February 2017

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Posted June 30th, 2016 at 9:24 pm by George & Julia Harris in General Birding

Tuesday 7th February 2017

Teignmouth

Small flock of about a dozen Eider off the beach railway line end. Also 5 Great Northern Divers.

Posted February 7th at 7:54 pm by Chris Godfrey in General Birding

South Huish

Whilst watching the 2 Eurasian (or is it Russian ?) White-Fronted Geese and distant Water Pipit on the marsh, an Iceland Gull (second year) flew in and landed in front of us on the water, then promptly flew off , out to sea, after about a minute ! Just enough time for a record image. Hopefully it might hang around.

   

 

Posted February 7th at 5:50 pm by Tony Marchese in Scarce / Rare Birds & Passage Counts

Heathfield Waxwings

12 Waxwings opposite the tile factory around lunchtime today.

Posted February 7th at 5:26 pm by Tony Hooper in General Birding

Beesands

Red head goosander and 3 goldeneye (1 male and 2 females ) on Beesands ley a raft of 25 common scoter on the sea south of the Beesands 

Posted February 7th at 5:19 pm by Jeff Hacon in General Birding

Exminster Marshes

Great number of birds on the marshes this morning. Wigeon, Canada and Barnacle(6) geese, Black-tailed Godwit, Dunlin, Lapwing, Golden Plover and other wildfowl species.

Dunlin  Lapwing and Golden Plover
Dunlin                                               Lapwing and Golden Plover

Black-tailed Godwit
Black-tailed Godwit

Posted February 7th at 4:45 pm by Colin Scott in General Birding

Ivybridge, Erme -Sewerage Works

7/2/17 afternoon. Dipper 1 (no rings), Goosander 4 (1m-3f), Grey Wagtail 2.

Posted February 7th at 4:09 pm by r teague in General Birding

Broadsands, 08:30 - 12:30

2 B-t Divers (left of the mussel beds & as far out, c.08:30 - 08:45, then not seen again for rest of visit); 1 R-t Diver; 4-5 Gt N Divers; 3 B-n Grebes; 1 Slav Grebe (past Churston Head & into Elberry Cove c. 11:00); 2 Common Scoter (both drakes, towards Goodrington); 10 Eider (9 flew through & past Brixham + 1 imm. m towards Goodrington); 140+ Gt C Grebes (towards Goodrington).

Posted February 7th at 2:55 pm by David Holloway in General Birding

East Soar to Soar Mill Valley

White Wagtail in Soar Mill Cove with 3 Pieds and 9 Rock Pipits. 20 Snipe on very wet fields (highest count here for me) and 7 Lapwing.

Posted February 7th at 2:50 pm by Rob Macklin in General Birding

Plymouth Hoe

2 Great Northern Divers close in off Tinside Pool this morning

Posted February 7th at 2:42 pm by Stuart Green in General Birding

Eiders

Both female and male eiders relaxing by the outflow pipe at Goodringto

n, close enough for a photo opportunity . 12.30.

Posted February 7th at 12:35 pm by Steph Murphy in General Birding

Monday 6th February 2017

Late news...

Travelling between  Barnstaple and Boode  yesterday afternoon (05/02) I was amazed to see a very large flock of plovers feeding on the freshly ploughed field just past the Garden Centre. On stopping, I counted between 3,300 - 3,500 Lapwings and approximately 800 Golden Plover. This was easily the largest flock of Lapwings I've seen in the UK since before the very severe winter of 1962/63. For me, this was much more exciting to see them than the odd rarity now and again. A very heartening sight (and a wonderful sound, too)!

Posted February 6th at 7:46 pm by Tony Mercer in General Birding

Mandarin ducks

Mandarin ducks at Stover 2016

Mandarin ducks at Stover 2016

Posted February 6th at 1:59 pm by Margaret Mackintosh in General Birding

Velator

Having spent a rather wet morning working in the reserve, I was rewarded with brief but close-up views of a male Firecrest just at the end of the Tarka Trail by the Tesco bridge.

Posted February 6th at 12:57 pm by Jon Turner in General Birding

Teigngrace Stover and Heathfield

Twelve Waxwings opposite the Ceramic Factory at Heathfield: roosting not feeding on a grey cold morning. Five Cattle Egrets and five Little Egrets at Blatchford Farm. At Stover, one male Goosander, pair of Mandarin, pair of Pochard, several Tufted Ducks, plus the usual suspects!

  

Posted February 6th at 12:21 pm by Martin Overy in General Birding

Staverton WTW

Yellow browed warbler still present and showing well at 10.00 a.m. Also 8 Chiffchaffs.

Posted February 6th at 11:18 am by Douglas Stannard in Scarce / Rare Birds & Passage Counts

Broadsands

A fantastic mirror like sea in Torbay and leaden sky made for perfect viewing conditions: 9 Eider, 102 Great Crested Grebes, 3 Black-necked Grebes, 1 Slavoinian Grebe, 2 Black-throated Divers, 5 Great Northern Divers, 1 Mediterranean Gull (ad) and 1 Lapwing.

Posted February 6th at 10:56 am by Mike Langman in Scarce / Rare Birds & Passage Counts

Sunday 5th February 2017

Teigngrace Cattle Egrets

3 Cattle Egrets in with a group of Little Egrets in the second field up the track to Blatchford Farm at around 10 this morning. 

Posted February 5th at 9:39 pm by Nick Potter in General Birding

Waxwings A38 Heathfield

Thirteen Waxwings still around the Porcelain Tile Factory area at Heathfield on the A38 at lunchtime today. Also Bullfinch, Goldcrests and LT tits enjoying this area. 


Posted February 5th at 7:34 pm by Jo King in General Birding

Crow point to river caen mouth

Walked the footpath from the white house to the breach this afternoon,  plenty of oystercatchers, lapwing, shelduck,  knot and grey plover. I think I may have been in the wrong place though, as I was leaving by the toll house I must have seen about 15? People all with cameras.

 Grey Plover  Grey plover
Grey Plover                                                                               Grey plover

Posted February 5th at 6:26 pm by Philip worth in General Birding

Torbay boat trip

Photos from todays trip. Very difficult photographic conditions today in a very sharp choppy sea.

Courting Fulmars off Broadsands.  Black necked grebes - small birds in a big sea.
Courting Fulmars off Broadsands.                                Black necked grebes - small birds in a big sea.

Posted February 5th at 5:56 pm by Chris Proctor in General Birding

Broadsands

Couldn't find the Red-necked Grebe but the Black-throated Diver was still present mid-afternoon along with two Black-necked Grebes.

Posted February 5th at 5:47 pm by Will Salmon in Scarce / Rare Birds & Passage Counts

Tarka trail - Braunton To Barnstaple

Cycled along the Tarka trail from Braunton to Barnstaple this morning & counted 9 singing male Song Thrush.

Due to the very calm conditions bird song could be heard a good distance away. While on the north side of the Taw Estuary near Bradiford Reserve I heard my 10th Song Thrush singing from the south side of the Estuary!

Posted February 5th at 5:36 pm by Rob Jutsum in General Birding

Wrafton Pond

On wrafton pond there were 2 extremely tame chiloe wigeon in with the mallard. Probably the same 2 seen a few months earlier on Horsey island.

Posted February 5th at 5:32 pm by Benjamin Rousseau in General Birding

Slapton Ley

Highlights today  were 20 Pochard  (from the Stokeley Hide),  2 Scaup ( male Ireland Bay, fem distant from Stokeley Hide ), 7 Goldeneyes and 19 Little Grebes. Offshore nothing seen in Start Bay.

Posted February 5th at 4:43 pm by Perry Sanders in General Birding

White Fronted Geese ~ South Huish

Aveton Gifford,  South Efford Marsh ~ Kingfisher 2, Mallard 60+ Teal 30+, Wigeon 85+, Shell duck 2, Little Egret 4, Redshank 7, Greenshank 3, Little Grebe 1, Curlew 24, Black Headed Gull 110+, Black Tailed Godwit 1, Moorhen 3, Lesser Black Back Gull 2, Greater Black Back Gull 3, Common Sandpiper 1, Pied Wagtail 1, Grey Wagtail 1, Song Thrush 2.

 

South Milton, South Huish Marsh ~ White Fronted Goose 2, Canadian Goose 50+, Water Pipit 1, Greater Black Back Gull 2, Lesser Black Back Gull 4,  Little Egret 1, Moorhen 3, Kestrel 1 , Buzzard 1, good numbers of Teal and Wigeon.

Back home at South Brent Nuthatch and two female Siskins on the feeders.

Posted February 5th at 4:24 pm by Steve Hopper in Scarce / Rare Birds & Passage Counts

Torbay Boat Trip

A cold wind and choppy seas welcomed us on our trip out into Torbay. We only covered the south side of the bay from Brixham to Goodrington Sands, birds seen:- 27 Cormorants on cliffs 7 Quarries, 4 Purple Sandpiper, 3 Black-necked Grebe, 1 grebe we could not ID, 2 Velvet Scoter, 80+ Great Crested Grebe but could have been many more between the waves, 2 Common Gull, 2 Grey Heron and Fulmar already using the cliffs at north end of Broadsands and Roundham Head. 2 Grey Seals on the Marina wave protection pontoon. It was nice to be back on the water. Still places on the 19th and 26th Feb

Posted February 5th at 2:01 pm by Nigel Smallbones in General Birding

White-fronted Geese - South Huish Marsh

2 White-fronted geese in with a number of Canada Geese at South Huish Marsh 8.30am - 12 noon today. Still there when I left. Birds in fields above the white house allowing only distant photographic opportunity. I believe they were first seen yesterday by Arthur Livett, good to have him back observing the Marsh!

Distant shot -White- fronted Geese - South Huish Marsh - 5.2.2017
Distant shot -White- fronted Geese - South Huish Marsh - 5.2.2017

Posted February 5th at 1:32 pm by David Pakes in General Birding

Saltram Blaxton Meadows

Cold morning reward was 1 single Glaucous Gull  on Blaxton Meadows in amongst 200 Black Headed Gulls at high tide. Other birds 6 Widgeon 1 Common Sandpiper 40 Shelduck 30 Curlew 200 Dunlin 20 Redshank 3 Greenshank 2 Black tailed Godwit 

Posted February 5th at 12:09 pm by Roger Backway in General Birding

Broadsands

1 Red-necked Grebe, 3 Black-necked Grebe & 1 Gt N Diver all in Elberry Cove (c. 08:30 - 10:00).  The Velvet Scoters & at Least 80-90 Gt Crested Grebes were off towards Goodrington (too choppy & windy to get full counts of either).

10 Cirl Bunting (6m, 4f) back of the car park.

Posted February 5th at 12:08 pm by David Holloway in General Birding

Saturday 4th February 2017

Slapton Ley

In addition to the Scaup reported earlier, one Black-necked Grebe and one Otter in Ireland Bay mid-am and one Great Northern Diver on the sea.

Posted February 4th at 9:41 pm by Andy Smith in General Birding

Desert Wheatear, Thurlstone

The Desert Wheatear at Thurlstone today.

Posted February 4th at 9:14 pm by Samuel Gray in Scarce / Rare Birds & Passage Counts

Exminster Marshes

The Marshes looking like "a true wetland" today with thousands of birds on the flooded fields, fantastic sight!

 

Posted February 4th at 8:15 pm by Simon Thurgood in General Birding

Slapton

3 Scaup in the middle of the Ley and at least 14 male Pochard from the Torcross hide

Posted February 4th at 5:51 pm by Jeff Hacon in General Birding

The odd couple

Long tailed duck and Goldeneye spending all afternoon together at Topsham rec today


Posted February 4th at 5:38 pm by John Deakins in General Birding

Powderham Church to Turf Locks

The East Devon Branch field trip was joined by 27 members, who enjoyed the unusually calm and sunny weather this morning. As we set off, there was a Goldcrest in the trees near Powderham Church.  With the large attendence, we were rather spread out.  Before reaching the footbridge over the railway, the leading group were surprised to find a group of buntings, including at least one Cirl Bunting, which unfortunately flew off before everyone had a chance to see it. However, those towards the rear of the party found some Snipe and a Kingfisher nearby. Over the bridge, the tide in the estuary was already quite high, but we had good views of Shelduck and more distant Red-breasted Mergansers. As we walked along the path towards Turf locks, we enjoyed close views of Brent Geese, Oystercatchers, Redshanks and Wigeon in the muddy pools, and quite a large Curlew flock later on. Along the way, we also spotted several Meadow Pipits, a couple of Stonechats, and a smart Grey Wagtail. We didn't see too much more from the Turf Hotel lawn, but we added Common Gull to our list. It was soon time to retrace our steps back to Powderham - though several people decided to extend the walk and go on to Exminster marshes. Those of us who missed the Snipe on the outward journey got very good views on the way back.  

Posted February 4th at 4:59 pm by Richard Swinbank in General Birding

Torbay Coastal

Marine Parade, Paignton ~ 24 Turnstone, 30 Oyster Catcher, a Great Crested Grebe flew past towards Goodrington and a very distant view of what I believe was a large flock of Scoter duck which were lost from view once they landed on the sea.

Goodrington beach ~ Drake Eider Duck.

Broadsands / Elberry ~A counted flock of 110 Great Crested Grebe that were in company with 5 Velvet Scoter. Two seperate Black Necked Grebe, 3 Razorbill, Eider duck, 6 Fulmar, Cormorant and Shag.

 

Brixham Break Water ~ Raven, 3+ Guillemot, 7+ Razorbill, 2 Turnstone, 7 Purple Sandpiper and 2 Rock Pipit.

Berry Head ~ The highlight were 7 Harbour Porpoise including one calf that at times had Gannet over them diving for fish, 2 Rock Pipit, movement of Guillemot, good numbers of Fulmar showing.

 

From the hide the Guillemot colony had well over 500 birds on the cliff and 15+ Fulmar, female Sparrow Hawk overhead.

  

Posted February 4th at 4:54 pm by Steve Hopper in Scarce / Rare Birds & Passage Counts

Iceland Gull, Ilfracombe Pier

 A Cracking 2nd  CY Iceland Gull on Larkstone rocks then in flight.  Also poss Ring billed gull.

Posted February 4th at 4:05 pm by Martin Thorne in General Birding

Labrador Bay

The 6 Long Tailed Ducks ( probably 3 males) still this afternoon offshore from car park with 65 Common Scoter

Posted February 4th at 3:27 pm by Mark Bailey in General Birding

Plym Estuary/Blaxton Meadow

Seen on this mornings high tide. 3 Kingfisher, Common Sandpiper, 6 Oystercatcher, 4 Greenshank, 153 Dunlin ( my highest count), 119 Redshank, 7 Little Grebe, 4 Common Gull, 3 Red Breasted Mergansers all male.

Posted February 4th at 1:58 pm by Philip Phillips in General Birding

Ilfracombe

Black Redstart on roof at Chambercombe this morning.

Posted February 4th at 12:26 pm by Derek Stacey in General Birding

Teignmouth Seafront

The Bonapartes Gull is on Teignmouth seafront this morning close-in flying up and down the beach. Not much else though.

Posted February 4th at 11:31 am by David Cope in Scarce / Rare Birds & Passage Counts

Waddeton

A Cattle Egret again at Waddeton in field with cows on Galmpton Road at 9.55am with a Little Egret but neither there at c11am-  

At Broadsands to add to Mikes post- 2 Great Northern Divers together 

Posted February 4th at 11:05 am by Mark Bailey in General Birding

Broadsands

The Red-necked Grebe was again back in Elberry Cove this morning also 1 Black-necked Grebe and 1 Great Northern Diver. Over toward Goodrington 128 Great Crested Grebes and 5 Velvet Scoter.

Posted February 4th at 10:54 am by Mike Langman in Scarce / Rare Birds & Passage Counts

Cornworthy

Yellow-browed warbler still present at the sewage works

Posted February 4th at 10:34 am by Henry Trollope in Scarce / Rare Birds & Passage Counts

Waxwings

Twelve waxwings flying north over Newton Abbot racecourse at 10.15

Posted February 4th at 10:30 am by Kevin Johns in General Birding

Friday 3rd February 2017

West Charleton Marsh

On the scrape this afternoon were 77 Wigeons, 7 Teals and 6 Pintails. Water Rail showing well from the hide beneath the feeders. Birds out in Charleton Bay included 3 Bar-tailed Godwits and 2 Greenshank. In the sewage works at least 14 Chiffchaffs including a probable Siberian.

Posted February 3rd at 7:56 pm by Perry Sanders in General Birding

Hope's Nose, 14.45-15.45pm

Southerly gale veering westerly. Very light passage of gannets, auks and commoner gulls. 3 great northern divers in the north cove along with guillemots, shags and a feeding gannet flock. A great crested grebe and 1 or 2 fulmars off the end, also a few common gulls and a kittiwake possibly feeding from sewer flow. 

Great northern divers sheltering in the cove.

Great northern diver and shags.
   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gt northern divers sheltering in the cove.                       Great northern diver and shags.

Posted February 3rd at 5:04 pm by Chris Proctor in General Birding

Bowling Green Marsh

High water levels on the marsh this lunchtime. Very few dabbling ducks about. The highlight was a drake Scaup in with 4 Tufted Ducks. presumably the bird that has been at Exmouth recently. 1 Little Grebe, 2 Grey Plover, 1 Bar-tailed Godwit, 1 Snipe. 

Posted February 3rd at 2:21 pm by Nick Potter in General Birding

South Huish Marsh & South Efford Marsh

Nothing new for me at South Huish Marsh this morning, where the highlights were one Mediterranean Gull in with the many b/h gulls. 2 Black Tailed Godwits, 22 Oystercatcher, 20+ Snipe and at least 70 Lapwing. Decided to pay a quick visit to South Efford Marsh on the way home at about 12.30pm. In trees to the left of the entrance gate, good views of a very mobile calling Yellow Browed Warbler. Eventually this flew into the private garden of a neighbouring house. The Egyptian Goose still on the marsh and a flock of between 80-100 Lapwing flying around.

Posted February 3rd at 1:58 pm by David Pakes in General Birding

Broadsands

2 Black-necked Grebes, 2 Eider, 1 Great Northern Diver. Lots of Gannet, Kittiwakes and Auks out toward Breakwater & Berry Head

Posted February 3rd at 1:19 pm by Mike Langman in General Birding

Thursday 2nd February 2017

Passage House Inn

Single avocet still at Passage House Inn 14.15hrs. Seven wigeon, two red-breasted mergansers and a single common sandpiper of note.

Posted February 2nd at 10:40 pm by Kevin Johns in General Birding

Slapton

A late morning visit to Slapton, very stormy conditions, constant movement of Gannets and Gulls including Common and Greater Black Back off the beach.

On the Ley 15 plus Pochard, Tufted duck, male Goldeneye, increasing number of Great Crested Grebe good numbers of Gadwall and Coot, one Heron flying over.

Three Common Gull along with a small flock of Greater Black Back and a first winter Mediterranean Gull.

At home round the feeder’s good numbers of Goldfinch, at least two Siskin and a growing number of Chaffinch.

  

Posted February 2nd at 5:30 pm by Steve Hopper in General Birding

Plym Estuary & Saltram

A Dipper this morning on the narrow river. Also: 21 Turnstones, 2 Greenshanks, 2 Goldcrests, 2 Little Grebes, Common Sandpiper, 3 Mandarin Ducks  and 6 Wigeon.

Posted February 2nd at 3:51 pm by Pete Aley in General Birding

Starcross

One Med Gull by the DofE Veterinary Investigation Centre this morning at high tide.


Posted February 2nd at 2:06 pm by david cawthraw in General Birding

South Efford Marsh - Egyptian Goose

Plenty of water on the Marsh! When I arrived about 10.15am, a Peregrine took off from near the top scrape. 100+ Wigeon, 50+ Teal, 9 Shelduck, 25 Curlew amongst the other birds on the marsh. A group of 50+ Canada Geese included an Egyptian Goose, the first I have seen there for 18 months or so! Smaller birds included 2 Water Pipit, 2 Bullfinch, 3 Stonechat and 3 Long Tailed Tits.

Egyptian Goose - South Efford Marsh - 2.2.2017
Egyptian Goose - South Efford Marsh - 2.2.2017

Posted February 2nd at 2:04 pm by David Pakes in General Birding

Wednesday 1st February 2017

Holcombe beach

Far left of the beach under the sandstone cliffs - single female black redstart at 4pm. Brightened an otherwise blowy, rainy and virtually birdless dog walk.

Posted February 1st at 9:44 pm by Barney Donnellan in General Birding

Slapton Ley

Excellent morning at Slapton Ley before the rain arrived, well worth the early morning start, highlights being :-

Ireland Bay - 4 male and 3 female goldeneye, 12 little grebes, 1 male teal, 1 female marsh harrier over the reedbeds

From the bridge - 1 firecrest andsquealing water rails

From memorial Car Park - 2 great northern diver, 1 black necked grebe, gannets in a feeding frenzy and 3 + harbour porpoise very close in to beach with a guillemot further out

Mid Ley -  2 male and a female scaup (greater, not lesser)

Torcross  Beach - 1 grey seal very close to beach

Torcross Ley - 1 immature male scaup, 1 male goldeneye, 1 adult yellow legged gull bathing amongst the gull flock and bird of the day, a 1st winter little gull, bathing amongst black headed gulls at the duck feeding platform

Posted February 1st at 8:01 pm by Stuart Green in General Birding

Flock of Scoters?

Seen today from low bridge by railway on coast path between Holcombe and Dawlish, about 200 birds in total

Eds: yes Common Scoter

Posted February 1st at 5:59 pm by Philip Strange in General Birding

Ford Park Cemetery

A single female Black Redstart showing well at Ford Park Cemetery around lunchtime today but no sign of the male.

Black Redstart Black RedstartBlack Redstart

Posted February 1st at 4:27 pm by Andy Brown in General Birding

Teignbridge

A morning visit to the residential estate at Heathfield gave twelve Waxwings which proved to be very mobile around the estate as well as making the odd visit to the usual site on the A38, while on the estate the birds again observed to be “hawking” for flying insects from the taller trees, a female Siskin seen sharing a tree with the Waxwings at one point. Some of the HGV drivers passing the A38 site have started giving long blasts on their HGV's horns which scare the birds off and give the twitch to some birders to say the least.

  

Yarner Wood (Pond hide) Marsh Tit, Nuthatch, Siskin and the usual expected species.

Teigngrace gave a flock of twelve Egrets flying over and landing at Blatchford farm, which when viewed properly gave two Cattle Egret and ten Little Egret.

 

Forty plus Pied Wagtails on a fodder field strip and a very pale Buzzard.

Stover Country Park, on the lake, five Goosander, eight Pochard, ten plus Tufted Duck, from the feed station walk way four plus Marsh Tit, Nuthatch, three Bullfinch, Green and Greater Spotted Woodpecker, Jay and a male Greenfinch. On leaving a mixed Tit flock containing four Long Tailed Tits.

   

Back home at South Brent the resident pair of Buzzards soaring and displaying despite the weather.

Posted February 1st at 4:24 pm by Steve Hopper in Scarce / Rare Birds & Passage Counts

High Speed Waxwings

Driving down the A38 at 65 mph at 8:00am, at least 6 of the Waxwings seen as a blur in their perching tree at the end of Old Newton Road next the tile factory.

Posted February 1st at 1:55 pm by Chris Marcol in General Birding

Broadsands

5 Velvet Scoter and 80+ Great Crested Grebes over toward Goodrington Beach today, and 2 Black-necked Grebes off Elberry Headland in toward Elberry Cove.

Posted February 1st at 10:37 am by Mike Langman in Scarce / Rare Birds & Passage Counts

Labrador Bay 31 Jan

6(!) Long-tailed Ducks were off the cliffs straight out from the car park with approx 50 Common Scoter yesterday afternoon.

Posted February 1st at 10:36 am by Mike Langman in General Birding

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