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19/20 - JULY/AUG 2011 BIRD SIGHTINGS (ANGUS)

Postby Mark Caunt » Thu Jun 30, 2011 10:01 pm

Angus Bird Sightings for JULY & AUGUST 2011

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July 1st LITTLE GULLS - BAR TAILED GODWIT

Postby Bob McCurley » Fri Jul 01, 2011 4:35 pm

July 1st 11am LITTLE GULLS 43 On Mudflats in Monifieth Bay seen from Barry Buddon opposite the High Mound Firing Target Range at Monifieth End - Also close by 23 BAR TAILED GODWIT

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JULY 1st - Spoonbills

Postby Colin Black » Fri Jul 01, 2011 11:26 pm

The Lurgies, Montrose Basin 1:35pm. Three Spoonbills amongst numerous Shelduck. Also thirty five Herons fishing along the river on the incoming tide.
St Cyrus Nature Reserve 3pm. Buzzards and Peregrines on the cliffs and six Stonechats perched on the gorse past the old graveyard.

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Tree Sparrows

Postby Stephen Appleton » Sat Jul 02, 2011 9:59 am

Tree sparrows have been nesting for a few months now in nest box in private garden DD4 0QX, East Newbigging [Tealing]. If they haven't yet flown the nest, it surely won't be long before they do!

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Re: JULY 2011 ANGUS BIRD SIGHTINGS

Postby Barry Farquharson » Sat Jul 02, 2011 7:09 pm

July 2nd - Riverside Nature Park, Dundee.

Spent the morning at my new "patch" again. Managed to add 3 new species to my site list, taking it to 48.
Birds seen - Shelduck, Mallard, Grey Heron, Oystercatcher, Lapwing, Curlew, Black Headed Gull, Herring Gull, Lesser Black Backed Gull, Sandwich Tern, Feral Pigeon, Woodpigeon, Swift, Skylark, Swallow, House Martin, Pied Wagtail (1 adult & 2 young), Dunnock (youngster), Song Thrush, Blackbird, Blackcap (youngster), Whitethroat, Coal Tit (1 adult & 2 young), Willow Warbler, Blue Tit, Long Tailed Tit (18 birds at least - mostly youngsters), Jackdaw, Carrion Crow, Starling, Chaffinch, Linnet, Lesser Redpoll, Goldfinch, Greenfinch, Reed Bunting, Yellowhammer.

A few photos on my flickr page....
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Loch Lee

Postby Dave Adam » Sat Jul 02, 2011 8:40 pm

Golden Plover pair on Cairn Caidloch, Glen Effock
Spotted Flycatcher at Inchgrundle woods
Whinchat about the boat house area Loch Lee

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Re: JULY 2011 ANGUS BIRD SIGHTINGS

Postby burnie » Tue Jul 05, 2011 7:29 pm

You mean I went all the way to Islay and there's one where I go fishing,great if it's true.

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Barn Owl

Postby gus guthrie » Wed Jul 06, 2011 7:59 pm

Barn Owl sitting on the owl-box trying to dry out at Kinnordy Loch this evening, constantly mobbed by a variety of small birds and a GS Woodpecker, finally after 30 mins it took off across the loch.
Marsh Harrier also looking rather bedraggled sitting on a small tree and the Dog Otter was on show again searching around in among the bogbean from the gullery hide.

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Re: JULY 2011 ANGUS BIRD SIGHTINGS

Postby Stephen Appleton » Thu Jul 07, 2011 8:03 am

Enjoyed Puffins at Auchmithie harbour [or 500ft north of it] on Tuesday [5th] evening.

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July 7th 2011 - Lurgies

Postby Grant Balfour » Fri Jul 08, 2011 9:33 am

Quite a few people at the Lurgies yesterday evening looking for the Spoonbill which had been reported earlier but wasn't to be seen.

Other birds noted:
Common Sandpiper - 23
Greenshank - 3 (1 was colour ringed but I couldn't get a proper view)
Shelduck - 7 juveniles
Goosander - 1 female with 11 fledglings
Peregrine - 1 flew overhead, heading towards Montrose
Ruff - 1 in the flood pool behind the Shelduck Hide.

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Re: JULY 2011 ANGUS BIRD SIGHTINGS

Postby grahame » Fri Jul 08, 2011 10:21 am

Common Quail heard yesterday afternoon
In wheat field east side of minor road signed Balgavies south off B9113
At N56.6562 W2.7380

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Peregrine

Postby Dave Adam » Fri Jul 08, 2011 5:20 pm

Peregrine at Brechin railway yard leisurely chasing Feral Pigeons, seems to be regular here now.

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3 spoonbills

Postby Barbara Grimmond » Fri Jul 08, 2011 6:27 pm

Great views of 3 spoonbills from SWT Centre Montrose this afternoon, preening then feeding. Were quite far out then
moved nearer centre.

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Re: JULY 2011 ANGUS BIRD SIGHTINGS

Postby gus guthrie » Fri Jul 08, 2011 9:48 pm

Both Marsh Harriers, a dog Otter and a Barn Owl + water rail, moorhen and Osprey this evening.

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SPOONBILLS ON LURGIES

Postby Bob McCurley » Mon Jul 11, 2011 4:14 pm

July 11th 1330hrs. SPOONBILLS 3 Still on view from the Lurgies - Also passage migrants present 6 GREENSHANK 12 COMMON SANDPIPER -

July 11th 11-30am COMMON SCOTER - VELVET SCOTER 300 in mixed flock Also LITTLE GULL JUV, on foreshore in front of Redcastle Hide . Plus 105 KITTIEWAKES

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July 12th. CRAIGMILL DEN 1ST SIGHTINGS

Postby Bob McCurley » Tue Jul 12, 2011 7:27 pm

July 12th 12 Noon - BLACKCAP Female carying food - SPOTTED FLYCATCHER 1 - WHITETHROATS 3
WILLOW WARBLER 1Ad. with 1 Juv. COMMON SANDPIPER 1 my first in Den ! COLLARED DOVE 1 my first in Den ! saw total of 21 species in Den .

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Re: JULY 2011 ANGUS BIRD SIGHTINGS

Postby John Paul Allon » Wed Jul 13, 2011 3:21 pm

Wed 13th July 12:00. 3 Spoonbills remain at Montrose Basin, distant but good views from Old Montrose pier.
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July 13th. MED GULL

Postby Bob McCurley » Wed Jul 13, 2011 7:54 pm

July 13th 3pm MEDITTERANEAN GULL Adult 1 On Blue roof opposite 10 Pin Bowling Alley foreshore

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Calling quail at Balgavies

Postby grahame » Wed Jul 13, 2011 11:23 pm

Re. my post of July 8
This afternoon/evening I heard three (maybe four) birds
Now I'm wondering about the "Game Farm" just along the road

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July 15th - Grasshopper Warbler

Postby Grant Balfour » Fri Jul 15, 2011 8:39 am

One Grasshopper Warbler singing near Bridge of Dun Railway Station. Quite a few weeks since I last heard one in this area.

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Re: JULY 2011 ANGUS BIRD SIGHTINGS

Postby L. Thomson » Fri Jul 15, 2011 8:55 pm

Friday 15th July (1.30pm)
One Green Sandpiper and One Whimbrel at Lurgies area of Basin. Also, the three Spoonbills were roosted on Lady Erskine's Island at high tide.

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Ospreys and Crossbills

Postby Clive McKay » Fri Jul 15, 2011 10:00 pm

Dear all

I would be most grateful for any info on active Osprey nests that anyone may have - apart from Balgavies! At least two nests were blown out in the May gales - but maybe these birds have built replacement nests in new locations? Any sightings of birds carrying fish at this time of year are potentially very useful. I found a new nest today in an area where Stuart Green saw a bird carrying a fish just a few days ago - so there's still scope to increase our Osprey population size. Please contact me directly at clive.mckay at btinternet.com.

Also any sightings of Crossbills are worth noting, especially birds flying overhead away from known breeding areas.

Cheers

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Re: JULY 2011 ANGUS BIRD SIGHTINGS

Postby Barry Farquharson » Fri Jul 15, 2011 10:34 pm

A wee wander round Riverside Nature Park after work tonight. Added 3 species to my list for the place. A Whimbrel overflying, heading south and calling as it went, a Sparrowhawk being harassed by a Swallow, and my first sighting of a Common Sandpiper in Dundee. Have now seen 52 species here in just under a month, with potential for more waders and ducks (especially). Other highlights tonight were Yellowhammer, Buzzard and Sandwich Tern. Only 25 species seen, so a case of quality over quantity.

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Walk at backwater dam

Postby colinlamond » Sun Jul 17, 2011 7:05 am

I am staying in Angus for a few days visiting my parents.

On Thursday morning we walked over the Kirrie Hill. We saw bullfinch, yellowhammer and redpoll. Ringlet butterflies were common. In the cemetery a group of crossbills flew over. We heard a second group in a residential area near the town bowling green.

On Friday we walked round the Backwater Dam.

From the car park we heard crossbills and siskins in the woods. A family of kestrels were hunting at the edge of the dam. We could see a group of oystercatcher at the edge of the water and there were two common sandpipers.

We walked up the western side of the loch. On this side we found redpoll, great spotted woodpecker, willow warbler, goldcrest, many buzzards and a song thrush was singing. I photographed the abundant butterflies there being many dark green fritillary, ringlet and some common blue. We found a common spotted orchid.

There is a large colony of sand martins up here we saw many over the water.

We reached the top of the dam and followed the path into the wood. At the wood edge there was a spotted flycatcher.

The path took us through the wood and out onto moorland. There were meadow pipits and wheatears. We crossed the meadows for the walk down the other side of the dam. In the fields there were oystercatcher and lapwings.

Around the farm buildings at the top of the glen there were lots of swallows with a few house martins. A single osprey was flying around the top of the dam. There was a grey heron here too.

Walking down the road we found linnet, goldfinch, redpoll, willow warbler, siskins and lots of crossbills. We stopped for a drink at the picnic site and a hen harrier flew down the dam, quite high up. We disturbed another common sandpiper. On the way back I heard a reed bunting but couldn’t find it. I photographed some marsh orchids at the road side which I think were the northern marsh orchid.

The dam was being used a roost for common gulls.

At the car park a falcon flew down the dam but at the other side. I think it may have been peregrine but I was not sure.

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Saturday morning at Kinnordy

Postby colinlamond » Sun Jul 17, 2011 7:09 am

Saturday morning we were out at the Kinnordy. From the hides we watched the marsh harriers. The male bird came in from the western end with some food item. As he neared the reeds the female rose up and the male passed the food to the female.

From the hide we saw lots of reed buntings, sedge warblers and heard a few willow warbler. I saw a spotted flycatcher.

Amongst the many mallard duck there was one wigeon duck
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Re: JULY 2011 ANGUS BIRD SIGHTINGS

Postby gus guthrie » Sun Jul 17, 2011 9:58 pm

lots of raptors at the loch today; Marsh harriers, Buzzards, Ospreys, Tawny owl and good views of the Barn Owl this evening. had another raptor at around 6pm hunting high up over the loch, slimmer than peregrine , thinner wings and dark coloured. Hard to make out against the sky, drifted off north of the loch after about 10 mins.

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Sunday 17th July

Postby Barry Farquharson » Mon Jul 18, 2011 12:25 am

Finally saw the three Spoonbills at The Lurgies today (managed a few photos of them in flight - all have black wingtips, so no full adults). Also an Osprey over the Lurgies, plus 4 Common Sandpipers.
An adult and juvenile Ringed Plover, plus a Turnstone in summer plumage on the beach at Ferryden. Sedge Warbler with a beakful of food for young, and a Whitethroat in the bushes here too (also Linnet, House Sparrow, Meadow Pipit and Reed Bunting). 100 or so Kittiwakes, plus 20+ Arctic Terns on rocks near Scurdie Ness lighthouse, with hundreds of Kittiwakes over the water fishing in flocks at various points, plus Gannets and Terns (Arctic, Common and Sandwich). Two Red Throated Divers headed north seperately, as did 4 Common Scoters.

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Re: JULY 2011 ANGUS BIRD SIGHTINGS

Postby Charles Rough » Mon Jul 18, 2011 2:27 am

i watched 2 jays flirting between the trees at finlathen park dundee on sat,not a place i would expect to see this species

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Re: JULY 2011 ANGUS BIRD SIGHTINGS

Postby burnie » Mon Jul 18, 2011 5:31 pm

gus guthrie wrote:lots of raptors at the loch today; Marsh harriers, Buzzards, Ospreys, Tawny owl and good views of the Barn Owl this evening. had another raptor at around 6pm hunting high up over the loch, slimmer than peregrine , thinner wings and dark coloured. Hard to make out against the sky, drifted off north of the loch after about 10 mins.

I've seen Hobby hawking dragonflies around there in the past,but they are usually lower down,where the insects are.Merlin after Martins?

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July 18th SKUAS and TERNS

Postby Bob McCurley » Mon Jul 18, 2011 5:59 pm

July 18th 11-30am. GREAT SKUA > S 1 - ARCTIC SKUA > S. 4 On Beach quite close . Seen from Redcastle Hide Lunan Bay

Also recorded on WEBs Count - 50 SANDWICH TERNS - 107 COMMON TERN - 20 ARCTIC TERN - 30 mixed Scoter flock - COMMON AND VELVET - 200 KITTIWAKES - All on Return Migration - that time already !

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raptor at kinnordy

Postby gus guthrie » Mon Jul 18, 2011 10:38 pm

In reply to Burnie about the raptor i saw at Kinnordy Loch on sunday evening, having since spoken to several other birdwatchers and seen various film and videos of
Hobbies I am now sure that this is the bird I saw that evening. The swifts and hirundines were all flying high that night so assume that their prey were also at the same height.

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Walk in Glen Prosen

Postby colinlamond » Tue Jul 19, 2011 7:15 am

Sunday morning we drove up into Glen Prosen parking where the road ends.

From the car park I could hear siskins in the trees. A group of ravens were flying over the hillside in the distance. A redstart was calling but I couldn’t see it.

We walked past the farm and found some wheatears and lots of meadow pipit.

Down by the river there was a group of 21 oystercatcher sitting on a wall and up in the fields another group of about 20 lapwings. I could hear common sandpipers on the river.

We walked up the glen and saw several buzzards. Some kestrels were hunting over the hillside.

We had lunch by a rusty bridge where a common sandpiper was flying up and down the river. A curlew was calling but we could see it. At the top of the glen, we disturbed a grey heron.

The butterflies in the glen were ringlet, green-veined white and a small heath. Common green grasshoppers were chirping when the sun shone.

Back at the car I saw a redstart and there was a spotted flycatcher. A great spotted woodpecker flew out of the woods.

On the drive out of the glen we saw a couple of weasels.

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Tentsmuir

Postby colinlamond » Tue Jul 19, 2011 7:17 am

Monday afternoon we drove over to Tentsmuir forest and walked out to the point.

In the car park in Tayport there were goldfinches flying around. We saw some curlews out on the mudflats but the tide was a long way out so not much else.

We walked through the woods to the point without seeing many birds. At the point the tide in the river was still a long way off. With binoculars I could see a large raft of eider duck at the mouth of the river. Curlews and oystercatchers were on mud. In the distance there were some terns and an artic skua was harassing the terns.

We walked south a bit and crossed the dunes to the beach. The dunes held meadow pipits, linnet and skylarks.

Arriving at the beach we found the tide well in. Hundreds of terns were flying north mostly sandwich. There were smaller terns, which I think were a mixture of artic and common tern. When standing there when a black artic skua came quite close to us and began chasing a sandwich tern. With no need for binoculars we watched the pursuit at close quarters with the tern eventually giving up its fish for the skua.

Three little gulls flew past and there was a kittiwake. Out over the sea there were a some gannets.

The beach was full of small waders. Dunlins in summer plumage and sanderling, also in their summer plumage.

There was still a small sandbar uncovered and some large grey seals were there. Many were swimming around in the water.

On the walk back across the dunes we found several grayling butterflies and a few ringlets.

We walked back through the forest and heard many siskins. A large flock of crossbills flew over us but wouldn’t settle where we could see them. I heard a great spotted woodpecker. Back in Tayport the tide was well in and a group of redshank were sheltering in the long grass.

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18th July - Lurgies

Postby Grant Balfour » Tue Jul 19, 2011 9:34 am

18th July 6pm.

Short visit to the Lurgies at high tide.
Finally got a good view of the three Spoonbills as they were roosting with the herons on Miss Erskines Bank.

Also lots of waders:
Lapwing, Oystercatcher, Black-tailed Godwit, Bar-tailed Godwit, Redshank, Greenshank, Curlew, Common Sandpiper & a couple of Knot still in red summer plumage in with the Redshank

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Re: JULY 2011 ANGUS BIRD SIGHTINGS

Postby barry shaw » Tue Jul 19, 2011 9:35 pm

polepark area of dundee today stumbled across a family of noisy magpies,this is the first time i have seen magpies so close to city centre,but seeing them alot on the outskirts of city.

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Re: JULY 2011 ANGUS BIRD SIGHTINGS

Postby Stephen Appleton » Tue Jul 19, 2011 10:49 pm

The 3 spoonbills were still there between 6.15 & 7.45 this evening, seen clearly from the lurgies. Also a seal swimming around.

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Kinnordy and Easthaven

Postby colinlamond » Wed Jul 20, 2011 7:16 am

Tuesday morning we drove out to Kinnordy Loch and walked over some rough ground near to the loch known to my father as the “hundred acres”. There were many birds here with lots of linnet, redpoll and siskins all flying around. We heard a great spotted woodpecker calling, a few willow warblers and a whitethroat was singing. We also found yellowhammers, meadow pipits, a jay and skylarks.

We found a spotted flycatcher hunting insects from fence. Many families of swallows were flying over the heath accompanied by one or two swifts.

We saw an osprey flying toward the loch and it and a buzzard chased one another.

A red-legged partridge called from the undergrowth but remained hidden. A pair of curlew flew off in the direction of the loch and we saw groups of oystercatcher and lapwing.

In the afternoon we walked the beach at Easthaven towards Arbroath.

The tide was out and amongst the rocks we found redshank and curlew. There were many sandwich terns and a few common/artic terns that were too far away to separate. Eiders were loafing around just off the rocks along with a few cormorants. Out at sea we saw gannets.

We came back inland through some dunes where we found sedge warbler, wheatears, linnets, goldfinches, greenfinches, several reed buntings and a whitethroat. A dunlin flew past and up the beach.

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Walk in Glen Clova

Postby colinlamond » Thu Jul 21, 2011 12:14 pm

On Wednesday morning we drove up into Glen Clova. We stopped at the road side and on the fields by the river there was a large flock of lapwing over 100 strong. Curlews and oystercatchers were also seen here with many sand martins hawking insects.

As the weather in Glen Doll did not look promising, we parked a mile or so south of the hotel and walked along the road. We crossed the river at a footbridge where we found chimney sweeper moths. A few crossbills flew by.

Over the other side of the river we found goldcrests and siskins in the spruce plantations. On the hillside we watched a group of buzzards and some falcons were flying high above us. Although not hovering, I took them for kestrels. We found one redstart hunting insects at the edge of a wood. Many redpolls were flying but didn’t settle but we did success in watching a group of siskins feeding on dock seeds.

By hotel we found lots of house martins and swallows.

We returned to the car where I could see an area of bracken on the hillside above us and I decided to search here from some different birds. We found two family groups of whinchats. I noted the map reference – NO349716.

The sun came out and with it insect activity increased. A large dragonfly (a common hawker) was hunting over the moor. I found meadow brown, ringlet and small heath butterflies. Common green grasshoppers started to call and I also heard the mottled grasshopper (familiar to me from the southern heaths) which I didn’t know occurred in Scotland.

Further down the glen we found some wheatears.

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July 22nd COMMON SANDPIPER

Postby Bob McCurley » Fri Jul 22, 2011 4:58 pm

July 22nd. 1350pm. COMMON SANDPIPER 2 Following on from my 1st ever sighting of this species

on July 12th I was pleasantly surprised to see 2 Birds this afternoon flying upstream towards the Weir .

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CRAIG MILL DEN - COMMON SANDPIPERS

Postby Bob McCurley » Sat Jul 23, 2011 9:38 am

JULY 22ND PREVIOUS POST OF MINE SHOULD HAVE MADE CLEAR IT WAS CRAIG MILL DEN I SAW THE COMMON SANDPIPERS - NO 578355 CARNOUSTIE


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