Crowlas: a female Blackcap brings up 55. (Reuben Veal)
Mount Village, Bodmin Moor: As of 17th February I have seen/heard 28 species from/in my garden since Jan 1st – rural village garden backing onto fields and hedgerows. The list is as follows: Blue Tit , Long-tailed Tit, Great Tit, Marsh Tit, Coal Tit, Blackbird, Wren, Chaffinch, Siskin, Goldfinch, House Sparrow, Magpie, Buzzard, Sparrowhawk, Tawny Owl, Herring Gull, Lesser Black-backed Gull, Starling, Rook, Greenfinch, Pheasant, Robin, Carrion Crow, Jackdaw, Pied Wagtail, Collared Dove, Dunnock, Wood Pigeon. (Jasmina Goodair)
Garden Listing 16th February 2021
Grampound Road: Black Redstart for 46 (Rob Nicholls)
Feock: Lucky enough to hear Skylark singing while I was out in the garden this morning. I think that takes my total to 33. (Bec Penny)
Liskeard: There have been no new species to list for weeks, however the garden is still full of birds – 7 different species all at one time yesterday. No mean feat for a small, edge of town garden! Siskins and goldfinches still visit in numbers, (5 siskins on the feeders as I write), as does the Male blackcap, who is sporting a bright yellow, pollen-covered head! I’d love to know what he’s feeding on. (Deena Sharp) Gardenlisting eds – This could well be Mahonia, a winter-flowering plant with yellow flowers and a good nectar source.
Garden Listing 15th February 2021
Praa Sands: Number 50 today, just leaving the garden when I heard the distinctive call, stepped back from the gate to watch a pair of Chough fly over towards Hoe Point. Later located them feeding in some fields up there. (Matt Southam)