Robin 5 with one looking like a continental jobbie, Blackbird 5 of the many around the village which is surrounded by farmland, Blue Tit 3, Chaffinch 4 of which 3 were 'ladies' & a lone Treecreeper.
A Jackdaw escaped our clutches when it was approached on the "wrong" side of the net.
We had hoped to catch a few coming down to brown bread and cranberries, but nothing transpired; it did give us a bit of practice with the 'whoosh' net (very fast!). The farmer next door had the grain dryer going and lorries in and out. Too much activity?
On several occasions, a pair of Buzzards drifted over, giving good views
Friday was back to tradition - the feeding station at Priory. The squirrels soon appreciated the containers being filled again. It must be in their stars!
An impressive list of 21 retraps and 6 new birds - 1 scruffy Blackbird, 4 mixed age Blue Tits & a big, juv male Chaffinch.
The retraps were 1 Blabi, 7 Bluti, 8 Greti, 2 Lotti, 2 Dunno & 1 Robin. One of the Great Tits was ringed as a pullus and is now over 2100 days old, our 3rd oldest ever.
Good to see Mr Reed doing some passerines instead of 10kg 'lumps'.