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 on: Today at 11:11:42 pm 
Started by Ian Watson - Last post by IanF
Great photos.

We've been feeding the Twite here over winter to help them along.

Tees Ringing Group has ringed quite a few. Some have just metal rings on the right leg and some have been colour ringed with a violet colour ring above the metal ring on the left leg and two colour rings on the right leg. Orange over orange is one of the birds ringed on 12/02/2019. They should be around about another month before they disperse back to their breeding grounds. Hopefully they've be reported and we'll find out a little more about where our birds are from.

Previous years we've had colour ringed and metal ringed birds from other areas, primarily the Scottish Highlands and the moors of South Yorkshire.

 on: Today at 10:33:18 pm 
Started by IanF - Last post by IanF
We were ringing in the wood again this morning. Still lots of Siskin and Redpoll plus a few Brambling. We caught a few of each.

Half a dozen Crossbill still around as well. This red male landed in the tree above where we sit. It perched singing for 5-6 minutes before flying off. A green female landed with it but remained out of view.

 on: Today at 10:27:37 pm 
Started by Ian Watson - Last post by Ian Watson
Some of the 50+ Twite at Seaton Snook last weekend, quite a few were colour ringed. Similar numbers were there today but they were more elusive.

 on: Today at 09:59:44 pm 
Started by Ian Watson - Last post by Ian Watson
Good to see the Wheatears back. At least 2 female and one male in the horse field at Seaton Snook today.

 on: Today at 09:46:02 pm 
Started by Derickp - Last post by Derickp
Travelling our twice weekly trip around the moor today and we spotted this Buzzard. I posted this same bird on the 21st February and today he was in the same area again so obviously not moved on. I have personally never seen one like this before last month. He is extremely light coloured and has full white eye rings. He was at a fair distance but is a truly lovely bird. Also a first at this spot this year a Wheatear in the same location on Commondale road.

 on: Today at 09:19:29 pm 
Started by Derickp - Last post by Ian Bond
I'm really glad you did post it, otherwise I'd always have that radio report at the back on my mind.

I seem to get most of my mammal, reptile and amphibian information from bird club members.  Smiley

 on: Today at 01:00:02 pm 
Started by Derickp - Last post by Derickp
Thank goodness thats sorted. I have (and a lot more from the Grove) been well and truly had. Anyone know who the man was who was running about with the Phone and with Turtle badges on? Telling everyone to keep clear of this important site. Sincerely sorry if I caused others concern. I will hopefully be more cautious in future and not take people at thier word. Sad that we have to be like that.

 on: Today at 08:39:05 am 
Started by Derickp - Last post by Ian Bond
It was a seal.  You can see the claw marks in one of the photos and others show the typical “sculling” pattern

 on: March 22, 2019, 07:12:39 pm 
Started by IanF - Last post by IanF
15-20 each of Siskin and Redpoll present this morning. No sign of any Brambling.

Around a dozen Crossbill still present but very mobile.

 on: March 22, 2019, 03:09:16 pm 
Started by Derickp - Last post by chahoua
I missed it on the radio - what was decided please?

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