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This blog has been set up to keep people who are interested in wild bird ringing informed about my ringing activities both locally and further afield.

Monday, 12 July 2010

Last few nests...

I've still got a few nests on the go here in West Cambridgeshire, and generally it seems to have been a pretty good year, despite a lot of predation early on.

I've ringed a couple of broods of Spotted Flycatcher, and have another on the go with a 2nd brood (3 eggs at present).

With my trainer I've also had a short mist-netting session in the garden. This produced a batch of Great Tits, mainly 3Js, plus a 4 female. One of the 3Js was a retrap, from a nest box about 2km away, and was ringed in mid May, so it's nice to see that they're moving around a bit, and still surviving!

We also got one of the juvvie Great Spotted Woodpeckers, which I was particularly pleased with.

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