Date Details Sitename
Tuesday 05 May

Epping 10:45 to 10:45, Mild breeze sunny
3 Swift (Along Lyndsey street) 1 Sparrowhawk (In my garden on fence) [Melvin Shepherd-Wells]

Epping 14:30 to 14:30, Sunny, breezy, cool
8 Skylark (singing males) 4 Yellowhammer (singing males) 1 Lesser Whitethroat (singing male) [Roger Emmens]

Epping
Monday 27 Apr

Epping 11:00 to 11:00, Sunny, warm
2 Swift (Heading north) 1 Hobby (Heading north at speed) [Roger Emmens]

Epping
Saturday 25 Apr

Epping 14:00 to 15:00, Sunny mild
4 Swallow (Shaftesbury Farm) 3 Moorhen (2 Adults 1 juvenile (Swaines green)) 1 Blackcap ((Swaines green)) 1 Great Tit ((Swaines green)) 3 Jackdaw ((Swaines Green)) [Melvin Shepherd-Wells]

Epping
Thursday 23 Apr

Epping 09:00 to 17:00, Sunny, warm, light winds
1 Wheatear (Reported by neighbour who took a photo) [Roger Emmens]

Epping
Thursday 16 Apr

Epping 11:00 to 12:00, Sunny, warm
10 Greylag Goose 10 Canada Goose 1 Kestrel (Female) 1 Whitethroat (Male singing and carrying nest material at the same time (without dropping it!)) 7 Skylark (includes at least 4 singing males) [Roger Emmens]

Epping
Monday 13 Apr

Epping 16:00 to 16:00,
1 Mandarin Duck (Male earlier now female.. on small pond in Broadoaks) [Melvin Shepherd-Wells]

Epping
Wednesday 08 Apr

Epping 23:45 to 23:45, Mild dry
2 Tawny Owl (Duet in Horse Chestnut tree opposite my house) [Melvin Shepherd-Wells]

Epping
Thursday 02 Apr

Epping 10:30 to 10:45, Mostly cloudy, bright, light breeze
6 Buzzard (three pairs soaring and calling) [Roger Emmens]

Epping
Tuesday 31 Mar

Epping 16:00 to 17:30, (Swaines Green and nearby fields) Sunny, light winds, cool.
1 Buzzard 1 Moorhen (First for some time - back to breed?) 145 Wood Pigeon (Flock of 120 over towards east plus c25 local birds) 8 Skylark (Four pairs) 4 Chiffchaff (Singing males) 4 Greenfinch (Singing males) 25 Linnet (Flock feeding in wheat) 1 Green Woodpecker [Roger Emmens]

Epping
Tuesday 17 Mar

Epping 09:35 to 09:40, Cloudy but bright
4 Waxwing (I was walking along Lindsey Street and was alerted by about five calls in fairly quick succession, coming from the trees in a garden behind a tall fence. I know Waxwing calls and this was clearly that. Then I saw four birds emerge and fly off south, and these were just right for Waxwing size and jizz, dark warm brownish. As it had been a while since I last heard it, I opened the Collins Bird Guide app on my phone and played the call - exactly as I'd heard it. I've no doubt about the id.) [Roger Emmens]

Epping