Date Details Sitename
Sunday 13 Jun

Great Totham 03:55 to 04:10, Warm.
1 Buzzard (Calling repeatedly, then flew low and dropped into horse paddocks N. of Captain's Wood.) [Malcolm Corbett]

Great Totham
Friday 11 Jun

Great Totham 08:30 to 09:30, Overcast, muggy.
1 Little Owl (Church Road.) 1 Song Thrush (Singing, adj. Totham Pit.) 7 Linnet (Flying together, Church Road.) [Malcolm Corbett]

Great Totham
Thursday 10 Jun

Great Totham 06:45 to 07:45, Cloudy, light SW wind.
1 Sparrowhawk (Totham Pit.) 1 Little Owl (Flew from one oak tree to another, Church Road.) [Malcolm Corbett]

Great Totham
Wednesday 09 Jun

Great Totham 13:30 to 13:30, Sunny, warm. light SW wind.
1 Red Kite (Taking road kill squirrel from Prince of Wales Road.) [Malcolm Corbett]

Great Totham
Tuesday 08 Jun

Great Totham 06:55 to 08:45, Sunny, warm.
1 Cuckoo (Calling, 06:55, Prince of Wales Road. Possibly same bird calling 08:45, Church Road.) 1 Greenfinch (Singing. Prince of Wales Road.) [Malcolm Corbett]

Great Totham 20:40 to 20:45, Clear sky.
10 Swift (Screaming party. Most seen together over village so far this year.) [Malcolm Corbett]

Great Totham
Sunday 06 Jun

Great Totham 09:15 to 09:15, Sunny, warm.
6 Canada Goose (Pair with four young. Totham Pit.) [Malcolm Corbett]

Great Totham
Saturday 29 May

Great Totham 20:55 to 21:00,
1 Cuckoo (Calling. Gt.Totham South.) [Malcolm Corbett]

Great Totham
Thursday 27 May

Great Totham 09:20 to 09:35, Sun and cloud.
3 Buzzard (Together, high just N of Captain's Wood.) 2 Swift (Over Gt.Totham South.) [Malcolm Corbett]

Great Totham 14:15 to 14:30, Sun and cloud.
1 Red Kite (Low over village then circling high over Captain's Wood.) 2 Swift (Over Gt.Totham South.) [Malcolm Corbett]

Great Totham
Tuesday 25 May

Great Totham 16:55 to 17:00, Overcast.
2 Red Kite (Together, low over horse paddocks, N of Captain's Wood, harassed by corvids.) [Malcolm Corbett]

Great Totham
Monday 24 May

Great Totham 07:15 to 07:30, Great Totham South.
1 Coal Tit (At feeders again. ) 3 Goldfinch (Two adults with juv. at feeders. ) [Malcolm Corbett]

Great Totham 20:30 to 20:50,
7 Swift (First evening sighting over village. Gt.Totham South.) [Malcolm Corbett]

Great Totham