Responsible Birding Diary: Tuesday 1.9.20

 I started off today’s birding by visiting Castor Hanglands NNR at c6.30am. It was a case of the usual stuff, with plentiful Marsh Tits, Nuthatches and lots of woodpeckers (of both common species) all over the place. Sadly, no tree Pipits, or Reds...

 

I started off today’s birding by visiting Castor Hanglands NNR at c6.30am. It was a case of the usual stuff, with plentiful Marsh Tits, Nuthatches and lots of woodpeckers (of both common species) all over the place. Sadly, no tree Pipits, or Redstarts, but I did see a couple of Ravens. This is fast becoming one of the most reliable sites for these scarce corvids in these here parts.

Record shot of Ravens, just west of Castor Hanglands NNR, Cambs, 1.9.20