Date Details Sitename
Sunday 08 Sep

Wix 09:00 to 09:30,
1 Redstart (Approx 400m along Spinnels Lane from Bradfield Road) 7 Meadow Pipit (Flying over W, first of the autumn for me) 1 Yellowhammer [James Davidson]

Sunday 01 Sep

Wix 09:00 to 21:00,
1 Wheatear (Nice local record, an autumn male, on edge of recently removed muck heap on Bradfield Road, beside a field being prepared for seeding) 2 Tawny Owl (Male and female calling this evening, first time in over 2 years) [James Davidson]

Wednesday 28 Aug

Wix 09:00 to 15:00, showery bits of rain
27 Swallow (post breeding flock) 2 Hobby (Made unsuccessful attack on Swallows before continuing east) 4 Buzzard (soaring over field being ploughed) 1 Kestrel [James Davidson]

Saturday 24 Aug

Wix 08:45 to 09:30,
1 Cuckoo (Juv again, appears to be eating white butterfly caterpillars off cabbage crop in field) 1 Yellow Wagtail 1 Golden Plover (High over SE) [James Davidson]

Monday 12 Aug

Wix 15:30 to 16:00, Overcast
1 Cuckoo (Juv flew along back of gardens ) 1 Hobby (Regularly 1 or 2 about for last couple of weeks) 1 Yellow Wagtail (+ Still about) [James Davidson]

Monday 06 May

Wix 06:00 to 10:00,
4 Yellowhammer (+ sightings mostly from Spinnels Lane ) 5 Whitethroat (+) 2 Linnet 1 Lesser Whitethroat 2 Song Thrush 1 Reed Warbler (Surprise to hear this as it chuntered 3 times as it moved NW through gardens, and seen as it flew across garden) 2 Yellow Wagtail (+) 2 Swallow 1 Cuckoo [James Davidson]

Sunday 21 Apr

Wix 09:00 to 16:00,
1 Red Kite (Flew over north) 1 Cuckoo (Calling, first for year) 5 House Martin 2 Swallow 2 Corn Bunting (Flew over) 1 Yellow Wagtail (On nearby muck heap, already 2 about locally) [James Davidson]

Thursday 11 Apr

Wix 16:00 to 18:00, Sunny spells light wind from E/NE
1 Swallow (First for year locally) 2 Mediterranean Gull (Adult and 2nd calender year bird flew over) [James Davidson]

Saturday 30 Mar

Wix 15:20 to 15:25, Clear but a little hazy
2 Red Kite (Gained height then drifted south) [James Davidson]

Thursday 28 Mar

Wix 15:30 to 15:30,
1 Brambling (Female again under feeders, possibly last week's bird) [James Davidson]