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19 - JULY 2009 BIRD SIGHTINGS (ANGUS)

Postby Mark Caunt » Tue Jun 30, 2009 5:04 pm

Angus Bird Sightings for JULY 2009

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bearded tits, kinnordy

Postby gus guthrie » Wed Jul 01, 2009 7:49 pm

8am this morning, 2 bearded tits in reeds to the right of the gullery hide. They then flew left across toward the pine trees.

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Re: JULY 2009 BIRD SIGHTINGS - ADD CURRENT SIGHTINGS HERE

Postby Kevin Thomson » Fri Jul 03, 2009 12:11 pm

Went for a very brief saunter along the lurgies yesterday evening.

Quite a lot of activity going on - young goosander and shelduck all over the place.

Spotted a nice Greenshank all on its own, and one or two Common Sandpiper.

There are good numbers of Black Tailed Godwits out on the basin - i counted 20.

An Osprey was perched on the dead tree out in the middle of the basin, eating it's catch, then flew off towards Rossie Spit.

When returning to the car i spotted a Reed Warbler on the reed beds, not far from the gate at the end of the path.

It was barely an hour, but it's teeming with life out there at the minute, it's great!

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Waders at The Slunks Friday July 3 at 15.35

Postby HarryB » Fri Jul 03, 2009 3:47 pm

A phone message from Rob Noble-Nesbitt at 15.35, to tell he has 2 Ruff and a Spotted Redshank (losing its breeding plumage), a Black-tailed Godwit and 2 Common Sandpipers; all at The Slunks. No sign, so far, of the Ruddy Shelduck pair.
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July 3rd. GREENSHANK - PECKERS . SMALL BLUE'S

Postby Bob McCurley » Fri Jul 03, 2009 9:42 pm

July 3rd. 9-15a.m. GREENSHANK 1 ON YEOMANRY POND ( 1ST WADER ON RETURN PASSAGE ON B/B so far )

July 3rd/ 10-ooam GREEN WOODPECKERS 2 GREAT SPOTTED WOODPECKER 1 BULLFINCH 1 Rare on B/B

July 3rd. 11am /12noon Spotted 7 Butterfly species on B/Buddon including 7 SMALL BLUES.

Above all seen today on Barry Buddon

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Re: JULY 2009 BIRD SIGHTINGS - ADD CURRENT SIGHTINGS HERE

Postby Mickey Mellon » Sat Jul 04, 2009 9:35 am

Friday 3 July Condor West tetrad 64 B Condor east tetrad 64G fledged Buzzard in each grid. Condor 64G pair of Bullfinches
<first record of this bird, did not mention before but they have been in area now for 2/3 weeks. Letham Grange tetrad 64pair of Little Grebes have 2 youfledged on the pond at the 11th tee. If you go there please keep to the roads thankyou

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Mediterranean Gull at Arbroath 09.45 Sunday July 5

Postby HarryB » Sun Jul 05, 2009 9:56 am

Bob McCurley has found a Mediterranean Gull at Arbroath, in the vicinity of the ten pin bowling building.
Bird found at 09.45 this morning (Sunday)
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5th JULY 2009 Ruddy Shelduck etc at The Lurgies

Postby joncook » Sun Jul 05, 2009 7:27 pm

The pair of Ruddy Shelduck were showing well in the Miss Erskines Bank area early this afternoon. Also on the bank Black Tailed Godwit and Dunlin in breeding plumage and 24 Grey Heron. 26 Common Sandpiper were roosting on the tree mid-stream by the Slunks.

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5th July - Corn Bunting etc Bog head Farm and Red Castle

Postby islemartin » Sun Jul 05, 2009 10:44 pm

5 Corn Bunting at Bog head Farm this afternoon, then lots of good birds farmland birds around Red Castle - Tree Sparrow, Linnet, Whitethroat, Yellowhammer.

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http://www.flickr.com/photos/islemartin ... 006341380/

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Quail again

Postby srgreen » Mon Jul 06, 2009 7:57 pm

A single Quail "singing" again this morning, 2kms south-west of Kirriemuir. Take the road from Kirrie to Glamis, and turn west along the road sign-posted for Meigle. About 300m along, the bird is in the pea field on the north side of the road, grid ref approx NO 374 515. Please do not enter the pea field here, cheers, SRG

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ruddy shelduck

Postby gus guthrie » Mon Jul 06, 2009 8:34 pm

2 ruddy shelduck at the Lurgies approx 3pm on shingle bank with eider, shelduck, heron, assorted waders etc.
2 peregrine at st cyrus nature reserve + stonechat, whinchat & sedge warblers
2 cuckoo at backwater dam sitting on lines at entrance to backwater dam, also flock of approx 18 - 20 mistle thrush at 1st car park over the dam.tonight at 8pm.

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More Ruddy Shelduck about.

Postby HarryB » Mon Jul 06, 2009 9:09 pm

Members may not be aware that, there are another couple (pair) of Ruddy Shelduck being seen and a pair were at the Eden in Fife, at the same time as 'our' pair were being seen in Angus.
I made previous comments about the BOURC not accepting this species on to the British List and whilst not getting involved in the discussion on veracity of origins, it is worth noting that, once more, these birds are following a known continental movement at this time of year. Perhaps, one day, there will be a change of status for these birds?
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July 7th. LITTLE EGRET - MONTROSE BASIN

Postby Bob McCurley » Tue Jul 07, 2009 9:03 pm

July 7th. 1910hrs. LITTLE EGRET 1 Seen from beginning of Lurgies path, N.O. 676577. looking to the Right towards Maryton Ditch area , was being given attention by Grey Herons .

N. B. Bird was first found by Rich Bramhall at approx. 1610 hrs. and put out on ADBC Grapevine

Also still on Lurgies were the 2 RUDDY SHELDUCK

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little egret

Postby gus guthrie » Wed Jul 08, 2009 8:42 pm

Little Egret & 2 ruddy shelduck both present at Lurgies this afternoon at approx 1pm. Also seen were sparrowhawk, 2 kestrel, osprey, a peregrine and best of all a Kingfisher, a first for my daughter !

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July 8th KINGFISHER - JAY - ETC.

Postby Bob McCurley » Wed Jul 08, 2009 9:40 pm

July 8th 10am - 1pm KINGFISHER - JAY - COMMON SANDPIPER - RINGED PLOVER - BLACKCAP singing -
SEDGE WARBLER - WILLOW WARBLER - REDSHANK - REED BUNTING - BUZZARD

Above all seen at MURTON WILDLIFE RESERVE -FORFAR today on the ADBC. July Mid Week outing .
In total 41 species were recorded on the day.

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Re: JULY 2009 BIRD SIGHTINGS - ADD CURRENT SIGHTINGS HERE

Postby Mickey Mellon » Fri Jul 10, 2009 7:55 am

9 July RM Condor west grid626430 The Squatters. A House Martins nest has been used by squatters. After the 1st brood fledged a pair of Blue Tits moved in and had a brood of 4 then lo and behold House Martins have moved back in and they now have a brood. Not sure if its the same pair but it seems opportunity always knocks. Late last night Tawny Owls were calling at the CO's woods

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Re: JULY 2009 BIRD SIGHTINGS - ADD CURRENT SIGHTINGS HERE

Postby Mickey Mellon » Sun Jul 12, 2009 8:53 am

Glamis castle show day Sat 11July. Paid a visit there yesterday and it was very good. Mark Caunt had a stall there with some of his fantastic photos. Nearby was a raptor display where you could get photos taken with any bird you wished. I did not get photo but held a European Eagle owl and what a weight. Gave it back after about 10 mins cas my arm fell off. One bird he had was a White Faced African Scops which looks like Grandpa out of the Broons but was a very nice sight. If you can get there Sunday it is well worth a visit.

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Bearded Tits at RSPB Kinnordy Sun July 12

Postby HarryB » Sun Jul 12, 2009 12:25 pm

Stuart Green has found the Bearded Tits at RSPB Loch of Kinnordy at noon today.(Sunday July 12)
He has seen one male and heard other Bearded Tits calling at the Swamp Hide.
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July 12th GREEN SANDPIPER - RUDDY SHELDUCK

Postby Bob McCurley » Sun Jul 12, 2009 6:42 pm

July 12th. 1350hrs. GREEN SANDPIPER 1 ( My first of Autumn ) On Lurgies , up the Slunks

Also present on Lurgies 2 RUDDY SHELDUCK, PLUS 3 SCAUP PRESENT ON THE BASIN SEEN FROM THE VISITORS CENTRE .

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Re: JULY 2009 BIRD SIGHTINGS - ADD CURRENT SIGHTINGS HERE

Postby Kevin Thomson » Sun Jul 12, 2009 10:27 pm

Went for a walk up and down the Lurgies this afternoon.

Loads of redshank, black tailied godwits and good numbers of greenshank and the rest of the usual suspects.

No sign of the green sandpiper or the spotted redshank, but at least a couple of dozen common sandpiper buzzing around and one Whimbrel showing well amongst the Godwits.

A Kingfisher flew past at the slunks, the trees on the walk back yielded good numbers of linnet, a couple of goldfinch, and one willow warbler flitting around.

Over the water (on that island just downstream from the hide (is that Miss Erskine's bank?) there were numerous waders, loads of eider and of course the two ruddy shelduck which were happily feeding away.

What really caught my eye was a herring gull just by the ruddy shelduck frantically trying to washing itself of blue paint or dye. I dunno how the poor beast has got itself into the state it has - its as if something has exploded covering the bird. The paint was spattered all over its breast, face, back, and both upper and underside of its wings. The washing didn't seem to be doing much to remove the paint, so be on the look out for this indelibly inked eyecatcher.

On the point amongst the godwits and shanks roosting there a small wader caught my eye. Possibly a little stint but it disappeared round the corner and out of sight before i had a chance to ID it. Certainly appeared too small for Dunlin.

The waders soon let out an alarm call and were scattered when a peregrine went over but it flew off unsuccessful it it's attempt at dinner.

Oh, finally, there were fish jumping out of the water. Never seen that before - what's all that about?

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Blue Herring Gull (Monday 13/07/09)

Postby HarryB » Mon Jul 13, 2009 6:30 pm

The Blue Herring Gull was reported last Thursday, with the problem as described by Kevin.
Opinion then was, it had got caught in some kind of sheep dip dye.
The jumping fish are generally associated with Salmon and Sea Trout, trying to rid themselves of Sea Lice, which tend to try to burrow into the fish, when they leave the salt water of the sea and enter fresh water. The fish tend to splash violently, to rid themselves of these parasites. Don't know how successful that process is, but that's claimed to be the main reason for the behaviour.
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Spoonbill at The Lurgies

Postby HarryB » Tue Jul 14, 2009 8:02 am

Message from Rob Noble-Nesbitt at 08:00 today (14/07/09).
He has found a Spoonbill just upstream from Old Montrose Pier at Miss Erskine's Bank.
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More at The Lurgies this morning (14/07/09)

Postby HarryB » Tue Jul 14, 2009 11:19 am

The Spoonbill and Ruddy Shelduck were showing well, as were 43 Black-tailed Godwit, a Spotted Redshank and 7 Greenshank. Lots of other commoner waders around the Miss Erskine's Bank area. A search was made for the Green Sandpiper which was seen at the weekend. These birds tend to be seen at low tide in The Slunks, but move up the Old Mill Burn, as the tide rises. Whilst not seen this morning, it (or they) may be seen later, at low tide (approx mid afternoon) today.
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Spoonbill at The Lurgies 15/07/09

Postby HarryB » Wed Jul 15, 2009 7:37 am

Rob Noble-Nesbitt confirms the Spoonbill is today, at the same place as described in yesterday's report.
Seen this morning at 07:30.
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Singing Quail SW of Kirriemuir

Postby HarryB » Wed Jul 15, 2009 3:05 pm

Below, is a copy of Stuart R Green's report of a singing Quail from last weekend.
THERE ARE NOW TWO SINGING QUAIL AT THIS SITE.
Stuart reported two singing there, this afternoon (Wednesday 15 July)

'A single Quail "singing" again this morning, 2kms south-west of Kirriemuir. Take the road from Kirrie to Glamis, and turn west along the road sign-posted for Meigle. About 300m along, the bird is in the pea field on the north side of the road, grid ref approx NO 374 515. Please do not enter the pea field here, cheers, SRG'
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Re: Quail

Postby srgreen » Wed Jul 15, 2009 3:22 pm

Hi Harry, and all, no that post isn't from last Sunday - the pea field no longer exists, as such, the bird on Sunday had shifted about 400m to the west of there, in the adjoining barley field, where there are now 2 birds "singing". Cheers, SRG

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Goshawk

Postby Dave Adam » Fri Jul 17, 2009 11:24 am

Goshawk over Brechin briefly 10.30am

Hey the clock is wrong on the forum!

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Forum clock and various sightings ( Friday July 17)

Postby HarryB » Fri Jul 17, 2009 2:09 pm

The forum clock is a feature of the webpage provider's service, which is based in the US, hence the time discrepancy against actual times. That's why it is important to at least give the date and if possible, the times of sightings, along with the other information on the actual bird.

The Spoonbill was at Miss Erskine's Bank, Montrose Basin, again this morning.
44 Swifts over Montrose town this morning.
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Re: JULY 2009 BIRD SIGHTINGS - ADD CURRENT SIGHTINGS HERE

Postby John Paul Allon » Fri Jul 17, 2009 3:57 pm

July 17th 2009
Christina & I had a quick vist to the Lurgies this morning at 11.30am. Thanks to Harry's directions the Spoonbill & both Ruddy Shelduck were quickly found & were showing very well. The 'Blue' Herring Gull was also about, poor soul must be really looking forward to the moult!
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Re: JULY 2009 BIRD SIGHTINGS - ADD CURRENT SIGHTINGS HERE

Postby stevendoig » Fri Jul 17, 2009 5:43 pm

Saw the spoonbill myself this morning about 0815. Never had such an easy 'new tick' !! :)

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Spoonbill at The Lurgies this morning (Sat July 18)

Postby HarryB » Sat Jul 18, 2009 10:04 am

I received a text this morning at 10:00 to confirm the Spoonbill is still present on Montrose Basin.
If the weather is REALLY bad, it's normally possible to see it from SWT Montrose and you can get a cup of coffee there too!
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July 18th LITTLE GULLS - COMMON SCOTER

Postby Bob McCurley » Sat Jul 18, 2009 8:36 pm

July 18th. 1350hrs. Saturday LITTLE GULLS 36 - COMMON SCOTER 70 - ARCTIC TERNS 67

Above all in Carnoustie Bay - Gulls and Terns at Shoreline , Scoter in Bay

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July 19th GOLDEN PLOVER /TURNSTONE

Postby Bob McCurley » Sun Jul 19, 2009 8:41 pm

July 19th 1400 HRS. GOLDEN PLOVER 8 TURNSTONE 2 Arbroath , Victoria Park Esplanade Arbroath

Above Birds were in Breeding Plumage , very early returning Winter Visitors ?

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WeBS Count Montrose Basin Sun July 19

Postby HarryB » Mon Jul 20, 2009 3:33 pm

WeBS count at Montrose Basin on Sunday July 19, was as follows, with the following discrepancy: The Dunlin count was confused (by me) and there were at least 35 Dunlin on the Basin, but possibly more.
Cormorant 13, Grey Heron 49, Mute Swan 216, Pink-footed Goose 19, Shelduck 206, Mallard 68, Scaup 6, Eider 1233, Goldeneye 48, Red-breasted Merganser 33, Goosander 5,
Water Rail 2, Oystercatcher 630, Golden Plover 2, Lapwing 207, Knot 24, Black-tailed Godwit 61, Curlew 571, Greenshank 5, Common Sandpiper 8, Black-headed Gull 680,
Common Gull 193, Lesser Black-backed Gull 1, Great Black-backed Gull 1, Sandwich Tern 103, Common Tern 7, Arctic Tern 5 and Commic Tern 166.
Thanks to all those who took part in the count.

WeBS stands for; Wetland and estuary Birds Survey. I've been asked what it means and this is the answer.
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20th JULY 2009 Sanderling, Bar-tailed Godwit

Postby joncook » Mon Jul 20, 2009 10:19 pm

c 90 Sanderling & 30 Bar-tailed Godwit both in breeding plumage at Barry Buddon, Monifieth end, 9pm this evening.

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colour ringed waders

Postby Neil Mitchell » Mon Jul 20, 2009 10:39 pm

Hi all,
Now that return wader passage is underway, could I please encourage people to keep an eye out for colour ringed birds (ringed at montrose by members of Tay and Grampian ringing Groups). In particular black tailed godwits and greenshank.
In the case of birds ringed at Montrose colour rings are placed above knee on both legs and in the case of blackwits a colour ring is placed on the lower leg (which can be hard to see). We were out this weekend and although we failed to colour ring anybirds during this session there are still plenty of birds from the last couple of years out there. We are getting a great insight into the movements of these birds with sightings from spain, portugal, france, devon and cornwall aswell of birds closer to home including those wintering on the Basin.
It is important to note which leg the rings are on and the order the rings are placed i.e.
Black Tailed Godwit
Left leg, above knee (tibia), red above blue.
Right leg tibia, orange. Below knee (tarsus) Blue over metal.
It takes a while to get the combinations but its highly addictive and get it right and you'll get the thrill of knowing its a first sighting since ringing or perhaps finding that the bird was last seen overseas.
Please send your sightings to Raymond Duncan the Grampian Ringing group secratary at
raymond@waxwing.fsnet.co.uk and he'll be able to supply with any history of the bird.

Many thanks and happy birding

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Tuesday 21st July 2009 - Osprey

Postby Mark Caunt » Tue Jul 21, 2009 4:59 pm

Date & Time: Tuesday 21st July 2009 - 2:15pm
Species: Osprey
Details: There were 2x Ospreys circling over Forfar Loch this afternoon at 2:15pm. They didnt fish just continued on in an Easterly direction.
(Sorry for late posting but may be of interest): Last Thursday 16th a Long-eared Owl and 2x Tawny Owls at 10:30pm-ish were seen from the car on the stretch of road from Fern to Careston.

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Re: JULY 2009 BIRD SIGHTINGS - ADD CURRENT SIGHTINGS HERE

Postby barry shaw » Tue Jul 21, 2009 9:48 pm

Tuesday 9am Baldovie incinerator
Watched an adult male peregrine trying to take pigeons off the roof,tried for at least 5 minutes to shift them but suprisingly none moved.

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Re: JULY 2009 BIRD SIGHTINGS - ADD CURRENT SIGHTINGS HERE

Postby mike.nicoll » Wed Jul 22, 2009 1:10 pm

1 Quail "singing" in grain-crop, just south of East Bank farm,Longforgan,
NO319289 , on morning of 21/07/2009.

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July 22nd. WHIMBREL - VELVET SCOTER

Postby Bob McCurley » Wed Jul 22, 2009 7:32 pm

July 22nd. 1300hrs. WHIMBREL 12 REDCASTLE HIDE / LUNAN BAY going South
also present VELVET SCOTER 15 REDCASTLE HIDE / LUNAN BAY IN BAY
also present COMMON SCOTER 25 REDCASTLE HIDE / LUNAN BAY

July 22nd. 12 Noon KINGFISHER 1 LURGIES MONTROSE BASIN plus WHIMBREL 1 going South

Also presemnt on LURGIES - COMMON SANDPIPER 17 - GREENSHANK 6


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