Winter warbler wonderland - chiffs, blackcaps, crests galore!
Notes on two Common Cranes seen first at Amwell and then Rye Meads, April 2014
A review of the striking changes in occurrence of raptor species at Rye Meads since the Group's foundation in 1960
Some indications of the origins of our wintering Black-headed Gulls and Chiffchaffs and some controls from our hirundine roost netting
Some recoveries from our Black-headed Gull colony, our celebrity Bearded Tit controlled again, and various warblers in Europe
Teal and Gadwall are two of the commonest ducks which occur at Rye Meads. Ringing recoveries show that the two species show very different strategies when it comes to migration.
A Goosander, Firecrests and... a Brimstone butterfly! Beneficiaries of a record warm December.
Our third record of Ring Ouzel and record counts of Red Kites and Egyptian Geese
Flycatchers, Crossbills and good Warbler numbers as migration season hits its stride
At this time of year, no sooner is Spring migration petering out than Autumn migration starts. Star birds of the period were a Goshawk and eight Black Terns.