If you have any interesting bird sightings from Cleveland or the surrounding area please let others know by submitting your sighting. Posts from guests are welcome. To submit records for annual report please see info in 'Recording' section on main menu

« Back to website
Name:
Email:
Message:

11:24am 25-03-2011
Gary Sharples
At Portrack Marsh this morning, 2 Kingfishers, drake Wigeon, 4 Chiffchaffs, 2 Sand Martins.
9:41am 25-03-2011
Pager Reports
Two Common Cranes at Saltholme 9:25am on wet grassland
11:55pm 24-03-2011
Kevin Ervin
Be on the lookout for a very obliging Barn Owl in the Seaton Carew area.
Last night it perched on the fence between our two houses and at one point went into my kitchen and landed on the table. It appears to be an adult female, has no ring or jesses, but it is not alarmed by people as it approached me and nibbled at my arm. It seemed to spend the night on my garden bench, but was gone by the morning. Thanks Andrew for waking me for this remarkable garden/house tick. Photos to follow.
7:55pm 24-03-2011
Marty Barfoot
Jon...ref your possible crane sightings..I was driving along Kirkleatham Lane in Redcar towards the Business Park roundabout at 7.30 yestarday morning.I saw what I dismissed as two Herons flying over Kirkleatham Village.As the birds were flying away from me heading towards Marske/Skelton way, it was hard to get a good look,when I arrived at the ICI roundabout the birds were a fair distance,not quite a  side on view  but couldn`t see the usual snake like neck.Not a positive I.D
6:18pm 24-03-2011
Toby Collett
Cetti's Warbler singing at north end of Dorman's Pool at 18:00.
5:56pm 24-03-2011
Paul Shakeshaft
Hurworth Burn 15.30  Egyptian goose moved to small field between the cycle path and the west lake.
Seaton Common gull roost 16:20.  The 1st winter glaucous gull is still present today.  
Yesterday heard chiffchaffs at Durham Rail Station, Wellfield cycle path, Nesbitt Hall, Other side of road from Cowpen Bewly CP, Cowpen Bewley village, visitor centre near Thorpe Thewles,
5:45pm 24-03-2011
Dennis Bainbridge
Saltholme today Barnacle Geese x 15, Pink-footed Geese x 6, Avocet x 2, Ringed Plover x 1, Little Ringed Plover x 1, good to see spring Migrants starting to appear
5:36pm 24-03-2011
Billy Hodson
The Egyptian Goose showing well at Hurworth Burn (in field behind the bridge). Thanks to Steve & the local experts who found it for me(sorry I dont know your names)
Also female Smew, Cormorant x2, Great Crested Grebe, some Pink foots among the Greylags, Canada Geese , Lapwing, Oystercatcher, Curlew, Tufted duck, Wigeon, Skylark and the usual tits and finches on the feeders etc.
4:53pm 24-03-2011
Jon Joyce
Did anyone see what i thought were two cranes flying over Brotton from Skelton heading towards Hunley Golf coarse?
3:21pm 24-03-2011
Ben Taylor
Single Swallow over Scaling Dam this morning, Tundra Bean Goose still there.
10:21am 24-03-2011
tim dredge
http://www.birdforum.net/attachment.php?attachmentid=314488&d=1300905062

link from DBC forum of picture of Egyptian Goose at H.Burn reservoir.
7:46pm 23-03-2011
Mike Tucker
Chiffchaff Errington woods.
5:50pm 23-03-2011
RG
Eston Hills - Woodcock, 10 lapwings in farmers field over the top, Green woodpecker on moor, 2 bullfinches, yellowhammers.
5:37pm 23-03-2011
Steve Hunter
40+ waxwings at Linthorpe cemetery, in the tall poplars near Ayresome Green Lane this afternoon. Thanks to Peter Grainger for info.
1:18pm 23-03-2011
Tim Dredge
Hurworth Burn Reservoir-
Single Egyptian Goose in field immediately north of main waterbody in amonst the Canadians.
3 GSWs at the feeding station. Yellowhammer,T.Sparrow,Treecreeper,Willow Tit all near main car park.

Messages: 7171 until 7185 of 10771.
Number of pages: 719
Newer 476 477 478 [479] 480 481 482 Older