Now 73 birds have been recorded in Northwood and Medham

Posted by NH Admin on Wednesday, 5th December 2007, 17:36

The number of birds recorded has risen from 68 to 73. Between 21 and 23 November 2007 I saw a redshank on the low tide mud at Medham, and a little grebe in the high tide water at Medham. (There were also good numbers of fieldfare and redwing about: the fieldfare were mainly inland, and the redwing mainly near the Medina estuary).
Thanks to Dave Hunnybun for filling in some of the gaps in the list. He has recently seen stock dove, linnet and twite.
For the current complete list, click here:

http://www.northwoodvillage.org.uk/village/naturalhistory/naturalhistorybirdslist/Default.aspx

Please contact me with other sightings.

debbiepledge@hotmail.com

One response to “Now 73 birds have been recorded in Northwood and Medham”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Easter Sunday 2008. At Dodnor: several sand martins passing through on migration. They were heading north and probably went through our area. Can’t be sure though.

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