Date Details Sitename
Wednesday 25 Mar

Doddinghurst 13:00 to 14:00, Still Spring Day, Blue sky, minimal breeze
1 Raven (Fly over, heading SE, from Kelvedon Hatch where a pair are seen/heard frequently.) 3 Greenfinch (Infrequent visitor nowadays) 2 Goldcrest 3 Goldfinch (Feeding) 5 Blue Tit 7 Great Tit 2 Coal Tit (Regular pair) 2 Nuthatch 2 Bullfinch (Pair) 3 Long-tailed Tit 3 Dunnock 7 Wood Pigeon 3 Blackbird 2 Robin 1 Song Thrush 1 Pheasant (Cock) 1 Chaffinch (Surprisingly rare for the past 3 months) 1 Blackcap (Heard only) 5 Magpie (Nest building) 1 Jay 2 Carrion Crow 2 Mallard (Flyover) 3 Jackdaw (Flyover) 5 Buzzard (Soaring around all day, two resident birds and three poss. migrants.) [Gary Boyes]

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Sunday 15 Mar

Doddinghurst 10:00 to 11:30,
1 Ring-necked Parakeet (In gardens of Frog Street) 1 Chiffchaff (Singing at bottom on my father's garden) 2 Buzzard 15 Rook (Around Brizes corner (rookery)) [Andrew Stroud]

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Sunday 09 Feb

Doddinghurst 11:00 to 11:00,
2 Bullfinch (Pair in hedge in my father's garden) [Andrew Stroud]

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Tuesday 21 Jan

Doddinghurst 08:30 to 08:30,
30 Fieldfare (On ploughed field along Frog Street) [Andrew Stroud]

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Thursday 19 Dec

Doddinghurst 11:00 to 11:15, Overcast drizzle
1 Ring-necked Parakeet (Many seen in area recently this one eating crab apples) [Ann Darnell]

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Wednesday 18 Dec

Doddinghurst 11:00 to 11:15, Cloudy
1 Ring-necked Parakeet (Many seen in area recently this one eating crab apples) [Ann Darnell]

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Monday 16 Dec

Doddinghurst 12:00 to 12:15, Overcast
1 Nuthatch (Calling and then seen in tree) 12 Long-tailed Tit (At least) [Ann Darnell]

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Monday 29 Jul

Doddinghurst 22:00 to 22:15, Warm evening. Dark
1 Tawny Owl (Heard hooting in woods) [Ann Darnell]

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Saturday 29 Jun

Doddinghurst 22:45 to 23:00, Dark. Very warm
1 Tawny Owl (Heard calling) [Ann Darnell]

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Monday 10 Jun

Doddinghurst 20:45 to 21:00, Fairly dull. Mild
2 Swift (Had swifts caller volume on to attract to swift boxes) [Ann Darnell]

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