It proved to be very quiet, if it wasn't for the feeders relatively few birds would have been caught.
Because the clocks were going back that morning Dave ordered everyone to leave their clocks on the old time so there was no confusion ! I think this had the reverse effect. However everyone apart from me turned up at the right time, I did have a valid excuse !?
One of the better birds attracted to the feeders !
30 new birds and 19 retraps (in brackets) were processed ;
GREAT SPOTTED WOODPECKER 1
WREN 1 (1)
DUNNOCK 2 (1)
ROBIN 1 (1)
GOLDCREST 7 (1)
LONG TAILED TIT 2
MARSH TIT (1)
COAL TIT (2)
BLUE TIT 9 (7) One from Sept. 2009
GREAT TIT 2 (5) One originally ringed 28/10/2006
Later in the afternoon a much needed shopping trip !! was planned to Gt. Yarmouth, so the opportunity was taken to go and see the Waxwings that had been present for a few day's. About 40 were seen but were very flighty in the wind and rain.
Little Stunner's !