A birding day in East Anglia, August 2006

Madeira Wind Birds was present at the British Birdwatching Fair 2006, from the 18th to the 20th of August, in Rutland Water Nature Reserve. On the 16th of August John Walker was the guide and Catarina, Hugo and Tania where the birdwatchers (funny part is that in January John was a costumer of Madeira Wind Birds!). So here are the bird species Madeira Wind Birds team have the luck to observe under the friendly and experts guiding of John:

Crows, rooks, egyptian geese, jack dows, starlings and collared doves.

2 Grey herons, 1 osprey, 2 kingfishers, canada geese, cormorants, black-headed gulls, female pheasant, sparrowhawk, wood pigeons, pied wagtails and lapwings.

Coots, mallards, little grebe, gadwall, moorhen, reed bunting, common sandpiper, marsh harrier, shell duck, snipes, ruffs, avocets, golden plovers, lesser black-backed gulls, hearing gulls, spotted red shank, little egrets, oyster catchers, dunlins, guillemots, ringed plovers, common terns, red-shank, common scoters, linnets, 1 spoon bill, grey plovers, sandwich terns, curlew, whimbrels, willow warbler, marsh tits, blue tits, chaffinches, greenfinches, great tit, robin and a coldtit.

Thank you a lot John for all your patience and friendly welcoming!

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