North Cave Wetlands – 19/11/2019

A sunny but frosty start to the morning, with a light westerly breeze. Temperature reaching around five degrees C.

Birds (52)

Aix galericulata – Mandarin Duck
Anas clypeata – Shoveler
Anas crecca – Teal
Anas penelope – Wigeon
Anas platyrhynchos – Mallard
Anas strepera – Gadwall
Anser anser – Greylag Goose
Anser brachyrhynchus – Pink-footed Goose
Anthus pratensis – Meadow Pipit
Ardea cinerea – Grey Heron
Aythya ferina – Pochard
Aythya fuligula – Tufted Duck
Buteo buteo – Buzzard
Carduelis carduelis – Goldfinch
Chloris chloris – Greenfinch
Chroicocephalus ridibundus – Black-headed Gull
Columba livia – Feral Pigeon/Rock Dove
Columba oenas – Stock Dove
Columba palumbus – Woodpigeon
Corvus corone – Carrion Crow
Corvus frugilegus – Rook
Cyanistes caeruleus – Blue Tit
Cygnus olor – Mute Swan
Emberiza schoeniclus – Reed Bunting
Erithacus rubecula – Robin
Falco tinnunculus – Kestrel
Fringilla coelebs – Chaffinch
Fulica atra – Coot
Gallinago gallinago – Snipe
Gallinula chloropus – Moorhen
Larus argentatus – Herring Gull
Larus canus – Common Gull
Parus major – Great Tit
Passer domesticus – House Sparrow
Passer montanus – Tree Sparrow
Phalacrocorax carbo – Cormorant
Phasianus colchicus – Pheasant
Pica pica – Magpie
Picus viridis – Green Woodpecker
Podiceps cristatus – Great Crested Grebe
Prunella modularis – Dunnock
Pyrrhula pyrrhula – Bullfinch
Saxicola rubicola – Stonechat
Spinus spinus – Siskin
Sturnus vulgaris – Starling
Tachybaptus ruficollis – Little Grebe
Tringa totanus – Redshank
Troglodytes troglodytes – Wren
Turdus merula – Blackbird
Turdus philomelos – Song Thrush
Turdus pilaris – Fieldfare
Vanellus vanellus – Lapwing