- Birding sites around Doncaster
- Earlier Years records
- UNCOMMON DONCASTER BREEDING BIRDS
- Doncaster Ringing Group
- Southfield Res. & Went Ings Bird Reports.
- 2002-2003 Doncaster Bird Report
- Lance & Nick’s Bird Tour Reports
- Doncaster BBS 2012 Early Analysis
- POTTERIC CARR (Monthly Reports)
- Bird List of the Doncaster District
- 2004-2005 Bird Systematic List
- Key to Blog
- Doncaster BBS 2013
- Spotted Fly Survey 2014
- Doncaster Birding Highlights
- Bird Ringing at Iport
June 29, 2020
During the Pandemic please keep yourself and others safe by maintaining your physical distance from others – science suggests at least 2m to be on the safe side. You can now travel for daily exercise, to work if you cannot work from home or to assist someone more vulnerable. However, you should only meet one person from a different household, but it would obviously be safer if you avoid contact with other people completely, despite the government’s apparent return to herd immunity.
Please remember that, should you catch the virus it is not only yourself that you are putting yourself at risk of illness and even death
DEARNE VALLEY – Adwick Washlands – 12 Black-tailed Godwit, 1 Ruff, 1 Green Sandpiper, 1 Ringed Plover, 14 Redshank, 6 Avocet, 1 Common Gull, 1 Cetti’s Warbler (Gary Haywood)
IDLE WASHLANDS – Misson – Slaynes Lane – 1 LESSER YELLOWLEGS seen briefly before being flushed by a Lapwing, seen again briefly before flying off NE again and could not be relocated (DE only). Subject to acceptance by Nottinghamshire Birdwatchers. The description form can be found HERE. Also: 1 Common Sandpiper, 3 Ruff and 2 (a+3cy) MEDITERRANEAN GULL (Lance Degnan and Derrick Evans)
Added to Birdtrack
LOCAL – Weather: overcast throughout mainly dry with occasional rain showers. Temperatures: +13°C to +12°C to +14°C to +1?°C. Wind: 11mph-17mph, gusting on and off 26mph-33mph through most of the day. Visibility: very good/good until 1100hrs; then excellent/very good thereafter. Surface pressure: 1006hPa-1005hPa-100?hPa. Fronts etc. an E/W occlusion was lying across the District through much of the day and was gradually moving eastward as the day progressed.
SURFACE PRESSURE CHART