November 27, 2017


Monday 27th November 2017

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DEARNE VALLEY – Bolton Ings (SE4302) – 3 Pochard; 3 Goosander; 2 Cormorant (Per today’s RSPB-OLD MOOR-RECENT SIGHTINGS)

DEARNE VALLEY – Broomhill Village – 1 HAWFINCH (Barnsley BSG per Twitter)

DEARNE VALLEY – Old Moor (SE4302) – 2 Little Egret; 4 Snipe; 1 Grey Heron; 5 Goosander; 1 Shelduck; 44 Cormorant; 25 Herring Gull; 2 Common Gull; 2 LBB Gull; 1 Great Spotted Woodpecker; 2 Goldcrest; 1 Mistle Thrush; 1 PEREGRINE; 1 Sparrowhawk; 1 Kestrel; 2 BEARDED TIT (Ian Morris per Twitter) and per today’s RSPB-OLD MOOR-RECENT SIGHTINGS)

DEARNE VALLEY – Warbler Way – 1 MARSH TIT; 2 WILLOW TIT; 2 Chiffchaff and 1 Jay (Ian Morris per Twitter) (Per today’s RSPB-OLD MOOR-RECENT SIGHTINGS)

DON VALLEY – Firsby Res. (SK4995) – 3 Mallard; 2 Teal; 1 Grey Heron; 23 Black-headed Gull; 1 Lesser Black-backed Gull; 30+ Goldfinch; 2 Siskin; 20 Long-tailed Tit; 2 Goldcrest; 3 Redwing; 6 Fieldfare E; 1 Chaffinch (Per today’s SHEFFIELD BIRD STUDY GROUP-RECENT NEWS)

DON VALLEY – Ravenfield Park – c.20 Siskin; 2 Goldfinch; 2 Coal Tit; 2 Blue Tit; 1 Great Tit; 1 Goldcrest; 1 Treecreeper; 1 Tawny Owl; 100+ Woodpigeon; 1 Sparrowhawk; 2 Carrion Crow; 1 Magpie (Per today’s SHEFFIELD BIRD STUDY GROUP-RECENT NEWS)

GOLDTHORPE – Top Road – 1 PEREGRINE S @ 10:45am (Michael Rushton per Twitter)

POTTERIC CARR (SE5999, SE6099, SE5900 and SE6000) – 1 MARSH HARRIER; 12 Snipe; 1 Kingfisher; 1 LESSER SPOTTED WOODPECKER; 30 Fieldfare W (Andy Dalton and VC logbook). For further detail see today’s YWT-POTTERIC CARR-SIGHTINGS BLOG.


LOCALWeather: mixture of overcast and clear skies with scattered cloud until late afternoon; then mainly clear skies thereafter. Visibility: mainly very good/excellent; occasionally good/moderate during the early hours. Temperatures: +5.6°C to +7.9°C to +6.7°C to +7.5°C to +?.?°C. Wind: moderate/strong and then light through the early hours; then light/moderate strong and then back to light by late afternoon; then very light/light thereafter; variable in direction but wholly from the SW quarter. Surface Pressure: 1016hPa-10??hPa.. Fronts etc.: none.


MOON PHASE – First quarter.
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