(Please click >HERE< for the results page)
Day 12, December –
Vote now on the final days’ selection! (click on the image to expand, scroll through etc) click on the blue link to vote –
|45. Purple Sandpiper||46. Shoveler||47. Temminck’s Stint||48. Red-rumped Swallow|
(Please scroll down for more information and other polls which are still open.)
A selection of the best birds appearing on the Cornwall Birds/ CBWPS Daily Sightings page on the website – these were all chosen as a ‘pic of the week’ and are of birds seen in Cornwall in that period of 2018.
Consider composition, lighting, technical excellence or rarity value, amongst other things, or maybe just pick the one that you like the best! Click on a pic to scroll through or start the slideshow (icons at bottom left and right of pic once opened up). To vote for your favourite, please go to the voting poll, highlighted in bright blue – (should open in a new tab).
Voting will close c48 hours after opening, so as to give plenty of time for each. Results will be posted up here on the website shortly after each result is in, with new selections being posted up generally by mid-morning each day on this page.
|41. Great White Egret||42. Firecrest||43. Kestrel||44. Pallid Swift|
|37. Pectoral Sandpiper||38. Red-throated Diver||39. Wryneck||40. Grey Catbird|
|33. Common Crane||34. Syke’s Warbler||35. Melodious Warbler||36. Little Ringed Plover|
|30. Green Sandpiper||29. Marsh Sandpiper||31. Pectoral Sandpiper||32. Glossy Ibis|
|25. Red-legged Partridge||26. Pacific Golden Plover||27. Pacific Golden Plover||28. Crossbill|
|21. Pied Wagtail||22. Red Kite||23. Buff-breasted Sandpiper||24. Grasshopper Warbler|
|17. Cuckoo||18. Shelduck||19. Dotterel||20 Red Kite and Crow|
|13. Garganey||14. Alpine Swift||15 Red-rumped Swallow||16. Teal|
|9. Bullfinch||10. Nuthatch||11. Reed Bunting||12. Pacific Diver|
|5. Great White Egret||6. Merlin||7. Great White Egret||8. Barn Owl|
CBWPS 12 Birds of Christmas – January, Day 1
|1. Hawfinch||2. Short-eared Owl||3. Black Redstart||4. Kumlien’s Gull|
See the main website pages – Recent Sightings – for all the latest bird sightings in Cornwall and more!