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Waxwings in Monifieth Garden

Postby Barbara Grimmond » Tue Apr 16, 2013 7:30 am

8.00am Waxwings still around from Sunday. Some with coloured rings. Three had appparently been ringed in Aberdeen earlier this year.
Thanks to the people who came and identified the rings - 2 on right leg and 3 on left, I had got it wrong.
They have eaten £5 of apples in 24 hours. Fantastic close views.

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Re: APRIL 2013 ANGUS BIRD SIGHTINGS

Postby mike.nicoll » Tue Apr 16, 2013 8:36 am

13/04/2013 Dighty-mouth , Monifieth. 1 Sandwich Tern, 2 Grey Plover, 50 Sanderling
14/04/2013 Longhaugh Quarry, Whitfield ,Dundee . 1 Chiffchaff singing.
Bridgefoot, Dundee . 1 Chiffchaff singing.
15/04/2013 " 7 Arches", Barnhill, Monifieth. 1 Chiffchaff singing.

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Red Kites in Angus

Postby simonbusuttil » Wed Apr 17, 2013 7:31 am

Dear all

Red kites are clearly, slowly, consolidating their status in Angus. Jenny Lennon of the RSPB based at our Aberdeen Office was the red kite project officer during their re-introduction outside the city and her passion for the birds was a significant factor in the success of the project. She is still tracking the population's progress to help ensure consolidation and to help continue provide the background which helps us understand bird of prey re-introductions and the factors that may limit them - has happened to the red kite re-introduction outside Inverness. If you have sightings, particularly that may relate to possible breeding please pass this information on to or make contact with Jenny who can be reached at

jenny.lennon@rspb.org.uk

Many thanks

Simon

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Re: APRIL 2013 ANGUS BIRD SIGHTINGS

Postby BRIAN LAING » Wed Apr 17, 2013 12:32 pm

spotted a kestrel at auchmithie this morning sitting on a tree 17/4/2013

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Re: APRIL 2013 ANGUS BIRD SIGHTINGS

Postby richardblackburn » Wed Apr 17, 2013 3:51 pm

17 Apr -rainy tour of Angus

Loch of Kinnordy 10am-12pm
Swallows and sand martins flying around. 5 little grebes seen from the Gullery hide. Also Teal, a pair of Gadwall, a single blackheaded gull, coots, mute swans, 1 osprey flying around and sitting in the nestbox tree, a pair of shoveller, greylag geese, mallards, tufted ducks, moorhens, 2 whoopers at the back on the right near the telegraph poles, a single lapwing, a cormorant, 4 wigeon and 2 redshank.
On the path/feeders were woodpigeon, long tailed tits, crows, coal/blue/great tits, brambling, robin, pheasant, blackbirds and 2 red squirrels.
Other species seen from the east hide were a wren, chaffinch, reed buntings, oystercatchers, goldeneye, common gull, grey heron and a woodpecker was heard. Also, an otter popped up briefly on the edge of the water. Also, possibly a chiffchaff but flew off before I could photograph it to confirm.

Loch of Lintrathen (small hide only) 1pm
Pied wagtals, loads of Swallows and sand martins flying around, great crested grebes, goldeneyes, tufted ducks, mute swans, coots, black headed gulls and a robin.

Balgavies loch 3pm
2 osprey and a cormorant on the island. About the feeders were coal/blue/great tits, dunnock, chaffinches and a great spotted woodpecker. A grey heron on its nest with another briefly appearing. A wren, 2 song thrushes, a single white duck, mallard, moorhens, greylag geese, mute swans, swallows, sand martins, tufted ducks and 2 buzzards flew by. Also heard a willow warbler song to the far left of the hide and a small vole/mouse ran across the ground in front of the hide.

Other species seen whilst driving were red-legged partidges (nr Lintrathen), jackdaws, starlings, rooks, greater and lesser black backed gulls (Forfar area), a flock of meadow pipits (nr Lintrathen) and 2 wheatears on some straw/dungs piles between Kirkton of Kingoldrum and Lintrathen (B951) at the sharp left hand turn.

Overall 51 bird species seen and 3 mammalian ones.

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Re: APRIL 2013 ANGUS BIRD SIGHTINGS

Postby gus guthrie » Wed Apr 17, 2013 8:22 pm

2 wheatear at Auchendorie pool this afternoon, my 1st ones in Angus this year.

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Re: APRIL 2013 ANGUS BIRD SIGHTINGS

Postby Mickey Mellon » Thu Apr 18, 2013 11:55 am

18/04/2013 Craigmill Den. After getting blown off East Haven went to the Den, Dipper, Swallow, Pair Grey Wagtails, Blackbirds, chaffinches, Linnets, Wren, Woodies, Crows, Green Finches, Gold Finches,Song Thrush, Yellowhammers, Pair Mallards, Great tits, Blue Tits, Dunnocks, Pheasant, Longtailed tits. Keptie pond Arbroath, Chiffchaff still calling, Pair of Gooseanders, two pairs of Swans and resident Female has not been near nest since they turned up.

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April 18th WHEATEARS -- ARE BACK !

Postby Bob McCurley » Thu Apr 18, 2013 6:31 pm

April 18th 11-30am WHEATEARS 4 AT BACK WATER DAM - My first of the year !

April 18th 1305pm PINTAIL ( 2 PAIRS ) AT LOCH OF KINNORDY - PLUS OSPREY - 2 PAIRS DABCHICK

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Re: APRIL 2013 ANGUS BIRD SIGHTINGS

Postby Charles Rough » Thu Apr 18, 2013 9:11 pm

riverside nature park tonight

2 willow warblers/1 black tailed godwit/1 swallow/skylarks/goldfinch/robin/yellowhammer/chaffinch/1 f goosander/jackdaw/carrion crow/redshank/curlew/oystercatcher/teals/mallards/mutes/lssb gulls bh gulls ,small flock of thrush types flying towards invergowrie

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Thursday 18th April 2013 - Blackcap

Postby Alex Shepherd » Thu Apr 18, 2013 10:50 pm

Date & Time: Tuesday - Thursday 16th to 18th

Species: 1 male Blackcap in my garden in Grampian Gardens Arbroath, present but wary for third day, confirmed with photos. I'd like to think it's the one from December 3rd returning! I'm 90% sure there was a female today and will try and confirm.

Sparrows, Tits and Finches returning in better numbers in the garden, haven't seen our Sparrowhawk around and only one kill recently.
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April Migrants

Postby Grant Balfour » Fri Apr 19, 2013 7:24 am

Chiffchaff 3 & Willow Warbler 1 in wood near Farnell yesterday (18th). Swallows still in single numbers.

Common Sandpiper 1 - still just the one on the River Southesk near the Kinnaird/Balbirnie Mill Weir (first seen on the 14th).

The high river level over the last few days has destroyed three dipper nests that I knew of between Brechin & Bridge of Dun.

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April 18th WHITE WAGTAILS

Postby Bob McCurley » Fri Apr 19, 2013 8:41 am

APRIL 18TH 1230PM WHITE WAGTAILS 2 Seen at Backwater Resevoir ( omitted from my previous entry for yesterday -see above - )

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Re: APRIL 2013 ANGUS BIRD SIGHTINGS

Postby mike.nicoll » Fri Apr 19, 2013 8:59 am

18/04/2013, Fimavon area of South Esk.
Same story here as Grant found lower down. Lost 4 nests which were all c.1m above former waterlevel. The height of the spate (caused by rain coupled with rapid thaw of lots(!) of snow.) must have been in excess of a metre! The birds were busy rebuilding on the 18th. The peak of the spate was sometime between 14th and 18th . Hav'nt seen any common sands in this stretch so far.

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Re: APRIL 2013 ANGUS BIRD SIGHTINGS

Postby Mark Caunt » Fri Apr 19, 2013 9:13 am

Phone call received from Stuart Green and put out on AGV Friday 19th April...
AGV MEGA! Adult male Pallid Harrier north over Forfar loch sailing club at 10:00am. In fields north of there but lost to view at present. Currently searching! Per Stuart green.

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Re: APRIL 2013 ANGUS BIRD SIGHTINGS

Postby BRIAN LAING » Fri Apr 19, 2013 10:05 am

angus coast 19/4/13 peregrine falcon

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Re: APRIL 2013 ANGUS BIRD SIGHTINGS

Postby barry shaw » Fri Apr 19, 2013 4:37 pm

My resident house martins were back at there nest today in tealing,summer must be round the corner surely .

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April 19th Barry Buddon Summer Visitors etc.

Postby Bob McCurley » Fri Apr 19, 2013 5:40 pm

April 19th 11-30am CHIFFCHAFF 3 WILLOW WARBLER 1 WHEATEAR 1 Female SWALLOW 1 All observed on Barry Buddon T.A. estate

April 19th 7pm WAXWINGS 6 IN TREE OUTSIDE MY HOUSE AT KINNORDY TERRACE ! == My neighbour across from me phoned to tell me there were 6 Waxwings in her tree across from me . I observed them from my Bedroom window ! Good to have good neighbours 1

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Re: APRIL 2013 ANGUS BIRD SIGHTINGS

Postby Mickey Mellon » Sat Apr 20, 2013 5:59 am

20/04/2013, 19th Late entry My house grid 619412, 3 Swallows flying about for a while. Local park, first casualty of the season, high winds blew Wood Pigeons nest out of tree, found broken egg with embryo inside.

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Waxwings in Monifieth garden

Postby Barbara Grimmond » Sat Apr 20, 2013 8:23 am

7th day of watching waxwings in my garden. Have seen the same coloured rings a few times.

Slightly more today, 21 on grass and at least 2 on tree, often when not seeing them I can hear them.
Bluetit started nest building in camera nestbox.
Occasional siskins still around, regular visits from pair of bullfinches, male and female g.s.woodpeckers
and yellowhammers.

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Re: APRIL 2013 ANGUS BIRD SIGHTINGS

Postby Mickey Mellon » Sat Apr 20, 2013 2:27 pm

20/04/2013 Kingennie fishery 4783365 Osprey (19th) comes in twice daily fishing then moves north. Blue Tits, Goldfinches, Mallards, Wrens, Swallows, Crows, Greenfinches, Woodies, Grey Wagtails (2 pairs), Blackcap (pair), Chaffinch, Collared Dove, Robins, Blackbirds, Dunnocks, Herring Gulls, Lesser Black Back 2, Sand Martins, Mute Swans (2 pair), should be fun, Reed Buntings, Moorhens, Skylark, Pheasant, Pied Wagtail.
Easthaven, Swallows, House Sparrows, Gold finches, Black Birds, Chaffinches, Blue tits, Starling, song Thrush, Crows, Yellow Hammers, Collared Doves, skylark, Meadow Pippits, Curlew, Herring Gull, Oyster C's, Pied Wags, Merganser(male), Cormorant. Common Seal entertaining close inshore.

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Aprill 20th CRAIG MILL DEN BIRDS

Postby Bob McCurley » Sat Apr 20, 2013 4:13 pm

April 20th Walk along Craig Mill Den Carnoustie produced - 1 BLACKCAP Male - 2 WILLOW WARBLERS - 2 DIPPER - 1 GREY WAGTAIL and 2 SAND MARTINS - Quite productive -

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Re: APRIL 2013 ANGUS BIRD SIGHTINGS

Postby Mickey Mellon » Sun Apr 21, 2013 11:04 am

21/04/2013 Arbroath Keptie pond. The interloping Swans are nest building on the Island and the resident pair have rebuilt in a very vulnerable position. Pair of Mallards have 10 chicks(found by Alex Shepherd yesterday). Checked today and all still together. But with lots of Gulls at the pond wonder how long for. Willow Warbler calling in trees at right hand end of pond. The Gooseanders seem to have finally parted.

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Kinnordy 21st Apr

Postby srgreen » Sun Apr 21, 2013 3:49 pm

Sedge Warbler singing at Gullery hide, 3pm ish, little else though, SRG

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Re: APRIL 2013 ANGUS BIRD SIGHTINGS

Postby gus guthrie » Sun Apr 21, 2013 5:00 pm

Glenlethnot today;
Stonechat, Common Sandpiper, Willow Warbler, Dipper, Raven, Ring Ousel.

Kinnordy Loch; White Wagtail at 5pm

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Re: APRIL 2013 ANGUS BIRD SIGHTINGS

Postby Barry Farquharson » Sun Apr 21, 2013 10:47 pm

Riverside Nature Park, Dundee 21/4/13

List for today is -
Blackbird, Black Headed Gull (1), Blue Tit, Buzzard (1), Carrion Crow, Chaffinch, Chiffchaff, Common Gull, Goldcrest (1), Goldfinch, Greenfinch (3), Grey Heron (1), Herring Gull, Jackdaw, Kestrel, Lesser Black Backed Gull, Redpoll (at least 4, possibly more - 1 of which has been provisionally ID'd as a Mealy, but possibly needs more scrutiny), Linnet, Long Tailed Tit, Mallard, Meadow Pipit (2), Mute Swan (2), Oystercatcher, Pied Wagtail, Redshank, Robin, Feral Pigeon, Shelduck (7), Skylark, Starling, Teal, Willow Warbler (c12), Woodpigeon, Wren, Yellowhammer

Also had a single martin over the car park, but only a fleeting glimpse, so unable to say which species it was. There appeared to have been a mini-fall of Willow Warblers with around a dozen feeding in the trees behind the car park late afternoon, some flycatching and feeding on ground - none calling at all). A fleeting glimpse of a female Blackcap was made by another ADBC member as we were watching the antics of the Willow Warbler "flock", but we couldn't refind it.

Photos of the Redpoll here...
http://www.flickr.com/photos/stonefaction/8669761430/
and here
http://www.birdforum.net/showthread.php?t=255413

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Re: APRIL 2013 ANGUS BIRD SIGHTINGS

Postby gus guthrie » Mon Apr 22, 2013 6:45 am

Kinnordy Loch 6.30am

1 x common sandpiper
4 x black-tailed godwit

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Fulmar in Carnoustie

Postby Nicola Main » Mon Apr 22, 2013 9:01 am

I'm 99% certain I saw a Fulmar fly past our window this morning. Our house is on Barry Road (near the Premier shop) in Carnoustie. It went gliding by high up but not too high up, very straight wings which is what got my attention in the first place. Smaller than the Herring Gulls which were flying past at the same time and this bird was grey on top and white below. I'm pretty certain it wasn't either of the smaller gull species (Black-headed or Common) as I see these quite often and the jizz of this bird was different to the gulls. It disappeared but then reappeared a few seconds later and flapped its wings a couple of times. The most obvious feature of this bird was how straight the wings were, I've seen Fulmars before and it really looked like one of them. Is this unusual to see one flying over a town? Regards, Nicola.

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Re: APRIL 2013 ANGUS BIRD SIGHTINGS

Postby gus guthrie » Mon Apr 22, 2013 9:18 pm

19 great-crested grebes on forfar loch this evening

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Monday 22nd April 2013 - Whitethroat and others

Postby Alex Shepherd » Mon Apr 22, 2013 11:03 pm

Date: Monday 22nd April 2013 - 3.00pm

Species: Whitethroat

Details: 1 Whitethroat in Craigmill Den along with 4 Linnets, 6 Goldfinches, 2 Grey Wagtails, 2 Yellowhammers, 1 Buzzard, 1 Sand Martin, Tits, Robins and Wrens.

Riverside Park, very stormy in the morning; 202 Redshank (from stitched photos), 4 Teal, 2 Lesser Black-backed Gulls, 2 Chiffchaff, 6 Willow Warblers, 2 Pied Wagtails

Also in Craigmill Den a Tortoise Shell Butterfly, and Peacock Butterfly at Tayock on the 19th.

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Re: APRIL 2013 ANGUS BIRD SIGHTINGS

Postby gus guthrie » Tue Apr 23, 2013 11:11 am

3 x male blackcaps singing on old railway line at balgavies loch this morning.

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Re: APRIL 2013 ANGUS BIRD SIGHTINGS

Postby Mickey Mellon » Tue Apr 23, 2013 11:23 am

23/04/2013 Arbroath Elliot first returning Sandwich Terns and first returning Swallow at Greenkeepers shed at golf club where they nest.

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Re: APRIL 2013 ANGUS BIRD SIGHTINGS

Postby Allan Hall » Tue Apr 23, 2013 3:33 pm

Forfar Loch. Good variety of spring migrants this morning with Common Sandpiper, Blackcap, Willow Warbler, Chiffchaff and Swallow. Reports of Waxwing still around Westfield Loan over the week-end.
Roundyhill. Surprisingly a flock of 440 Pink-footed Geese newly arrived and looking very tired.

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April 23rd. South Esk Estate

Postby Bob McCurley » Tue Apr 23, 2013 6:16 pm

April 23rd. 1300hrs. COMMON SANDPIPER 3 GREY WAGTAILS 2 DIPPER 1 CHIFFCHAFF 1 Singing At South Esk Estate - WHITE WAGTAIL 1

April 23rd. 1430hrs. Barry Buddon - WHEATEAR 1 CHIFFCHAFFS 2 WILLOW WARBLER 1 GREY PARTRIDGE 2 ( A Rarity here !)

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APRIL 23rd 2013 - Montreathmont

Postby Grant Balfour » Wed Apr 24, 2013 7:24 am

Evening walk past the hide to the larch trees at the end of the road.
Counted Chiffchaff 6 and Willow Warbler 11 on the walk.

Good view of a Green Woodpecker in the larch trees at the top of the road, another was calling near the hide.

Also Meadow Pipit 2, Siskin 4, Yellowhammer 5, Swallow 3, etc...

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Re: APRIL 2013 ANGUS BIRD SIGHTINGS

Postby mike.nicoll » Wed Apr 24, 2013 10:22 am

20/04/2013, visit to Glen Isla. Altaltan ,2 Common Sandpiper,2 Willow Warbler, 1 Redstart,2 Ring Ousel, 1 Swallow.
Presnerb, 1 Wheatear, 2 Willow Warbler,20 Fieldfare, 2 Bullfinch.
Delnamer 1 Magpie.
Linns 4 Ring Ousel, 6 Redwing.
Glen Beannie 2 Wheatear, 2 Ring Ousel, 1 Osprey, 500 Pinkfoot heading north, 2 Common Crossbill.
23/04/2013, Whitfield, Dundee 1 Chiffchaff, 2 Willow Warbler,1 Blackcap.

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Spring Reminder

Postby Mark Caunt » Wed Apr 24, 2013 5:08 pm

I was going to post a reminder but cant do better than copying and pasting this from the Aberdeen News Group.... (altered slightly for Angus!)

No offence intended, but I thought it would be a good time to remind people to be cautious about
using this email group to post information about potential rare or
sensitive breeding birds. There aren't going to be many cases where it
would be appropriate to post breeding information about common or
non-sensitive species either.

This email group has a large and wide-ranging membership, and posting
information here could result in rare or sensitive nesting birds
suffering disturbance or persecution.

If you are not sure which species qualify as rare or sensitive species,
Schedule I of the Wildlife and Countryside Act is a good starting point:
http://jncc.defra.gov.uk/PDF/waca1981_schedule1.pdf
but I would add Capercaillie, Black Grouse and Ptarmigan to that list (Capercaillie is
on Schedule 1, but I can't seem to find a complete, downloadable list).

If you are in any doubt about if information you wish to post about rare
or sensitive breeding birds is appropriate, please contact the RSPB, Jon Cook the country recorder or you can even message me no problem, for forum guidance. MarkCaunt@hotmail.com

Many thanks for your co-operation.

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Re: APRIL 2013 ANGUS BIRD SIGHTINGS

Postby BRIAN LAING » Thu Apr 25, 2013 7:49 pm

Montrose today 25/4/13 two herons and sparrowhawk one buzzard two pheasants and yellow hammers. photos of yellow hammers on website

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water rails

Postby simonbusuttil » Thu Apr 25, 2013 8:49 pm

I spent the evening walking round Restenneth Moss. A total of 28 water rails calling - 10 pairs duetting plus 8 individuals

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Re: APRIL 2013 ANGUS BIRD SIGHTINGS

Postby John Ogilvie » Thu Apr 25, 2013 9:35 pm

25th Glen Esk 1 p.m. cuckoo. Just S of car part. Also Buzzards in upper glen Also red grouse. Wheatear dipper ring ouzel and woodcock.

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Re: APRIL 2013 ANGUS BIRD SIGHTINGS

Postby gus guthrie » Fri Apr 26, 2013 7:18 am

19 x black-tailed godwits, single common sandpiper,2 x osprey and a pair of water rail from gullery hide at kinnordy loch , 6.45am


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