A quiet month with only 138 birds of 16 species ringed, 131 being at Woolley Firs targeting Blue Tits for the BTO post-juvenile moult survey.
Needless to say, Blue Tits were the top species at 64 but there were also 5 Collared Doves at Tythebarns and 5 Redwing and a Mistle Thrush at Woolley Firs. Mistle Thrush is actually our rarest thrush at Group sites, the last being at Tythebarns in April 2015.
A control of a Wraysbury-ringed Cetti’s Warbler in 2018 was the first long-distance movement of a group-ringed bird, recapture at Titchfield Haven, Hampshire; and a Chiffchaff made a rapid journey to the Portsmouth from Wraysbury taking just 5 days in September/October of 2018.
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