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Tuesday, 13 June 2017

Tuesday 13th June 2017

The second half of June is the best time to see dispersing juvenile British bred Coal Tit at Landguard, although they are not noted every year. Passage birds seen this morning, a Brent Goose was on the sea, offshore going South 4 Med Gull and going North 1 Grey Heron.

Water Ermine is a nationally scarce species, resident in wet areas of the Suffolk coast, it has only been recorded here on a handful of previous occasions

27 birds ringed: Linnet 6, Dunnock 5, Blue Tit 3, House Sparrow 3, Song Thrush 3, Coal Tit 2, Goldfinch 2, Woodpigeon 2, Magpie 1.