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19 Apr 2015 Pied Fly
20 plus House Martin at Sidlesham Sewage Farm Male Pied Flycatcher at Information Centre Pagham Harbour, along with 3 Whitethroat and several Chiffchaff.Posted on 19 Apr 2015 by Alan& Yvette Ford
14 Apr 2015 Raven at Wakehurst   more...
1 Raven strolling on the grass bank just outside the Millennium Seed Bank. Anyone wanting a photo just send me an email, the file was too big to upload here.Posted on 19 Apr 2015 by James McCulloch
19 Apr 2015 Stonegate station
I arrived on the 22:45 from Charing Cross last night and while I was walking to my car I heard the unmistakeable song of a Nightingale singing from the station platform! I hung around for about 5 minutes and heard another bird which was more distant and a Tawny Owl, certainly unexpected!Posted on 19 Apr 2015 by Mark Washington
19 Apr 2015 Cuckoo heard over Mare Hill, Pulborough   more...
While walking around the North Brooks, Pulborough this morning at 0845hrs we heard a Cuckoo calling continually from the area around Brook Gate Farm, Mare Hill, just off the A283.Posted on 19 Apr 2015 by Christine Burgess
19 Apr 2015 PB Dawn chorus   more...
The team of Nature detectives met at 4.45AM for a Dawn Chorus at Pulborough. The chilly, early start was worth the effort. 2 Nightingales were singing as we arrived, closely followed by Blackbird, Robin and Song thrush with Tawny Owl in the distance. At Pipe Pond, approx. 5.15, every bird in this wonderful symphonic choir was singing at fortississimo. Blackcap and Whitethroat at the Hangar view; testing our birdsong ID skills. We were welcomed by views of a Nightingale singing at the corner of Hangar hide/pig run. Amazing views that simply got better as we moved towards Winpenny hide. One Nightingale obligingly singing from a branch and after hopping around in open ground it broke all the rules by flying openly along the path. We suspect the same bird then took to singing in a leaf-less tree offering super views of this "evasive" bird. With the bird singing on A283 as we left I reckon at least 7 Nightingales in the area. Other sightings of note - stunning male Bullfinch (adder alley) Chiffchaff, faint Willow Warbler, pair of Greenfinches, Jays and Long-tailed Tit. Thanks to everyone - Val, Helen, Linda, Val, Sue & Viv for a lovely start to the day.Posted on 19 Apr 2015 by Jackie Day
18 Apr 2015 Weir Wood

This morning 2 Arctic Terns and 3 Common Terns were reported over the middle of the Res, and Common Whitethroats have now joined the many Blackcaps and Chiffchaffs along the North Bank. On the Dam 2 Little Ringed Plovers, 1 Common Sandpiper, 1 Wheatear, 2 Grey Wagtails & 10 Pied Wagtails this afternoon. At the west end lots of Swallows were moving through, 5 House Martins were seen along with 3 Sand Martins and later a Red-rumped Swallow was reported

Posted on 18 Apr 2015 by Alastair Gray
18 Apr 2015 Spring Wryneck

An extremely skulking Wryneck in bushes at the eastern end of Belle Tout wood/ Horseshoe Plantation early this afternoon seen very briefly twice over a two hour period, a scarce bird in spring for Sussex. A much more obliging male Redstart was present here too.

Posted on 18 Apr 2015 by Les Bird
18 Apr 2015 Little Ringed Plovers at Pulborough   more...

A pair of Little Ringed Plovers have been showing extremely well from West Mead Hide. We had excellent views this morning of these (see attached photo of the male, more photos of this and the female can be seen at https://www.flickr.com/photos/jantheman_nature/ ). Also today, at least 4 Whitethroat and a Sedge Warbler singing, and excellent views of Nightingale

Posted on 18 Apr 2015 by Jan-Paul Charteris an Paul Loader
18 Apr 2015 House Martins return   more...

Pair of House Martins flying around old nest-site at Sheffield Park station this afternoon.

Posted on 18 Apr 2015 by Malcolm Le Grys
18 Apr 2015 Costells Wood, Scaynes Hill   more...

A beautiful dawn chorus walk around Costells Wood revealed one Willow Warbler and a Blackcap along with a good range of singing resident species and powerful drumming from Great Spotted Woodpeckers.

Posted on 18 Apr 2015 by Helen Hicks
12 Apr 2015 Swallow   more...

One swallow hunting at a few inches above short grass and over pond above Covehurst Wood Hastings at 11.00 a.m.

Posted on 18 Apr 2015 by James Otway
18 Apr 2015 Hoopoe in Goring

A Hoopoe has been feeding in my parents' garden in Goring by Sea for the second day running.

Posted on 18 Apr 2015 by Rob Clements
18 Apr 2015 Swifts over Barcombe

Three Common Swifts over Barcombe early afternoon with three House Martins. The swifts are five days earlier than my earliest over the village in 17 years of recording there. Also, a Lesser Whitethroat seen and heard nearby.

Posted on 18 Apr 2015 by Simon Linington
18 Apr 2015 They're back   more...

Four House Martins over the house in central Chichester today.

Posted on 18 Apr 2015 by Chris Nye
18 Apr 2015 Rye cuckoo   more...

My first cuckoo heard this morning at first light on the Tillingham Valley side of Rye, six days later than last year, in the same place.

Posted on 18 Apr 2015 by David Bentley
17 Apr 2015 Ring Ouzel

A Ring Ouzel at the Horseshoe Plantation on Beachy Head Road plus 2 Peregrines chasing each other raised the spirits on a windy day where birds were hard to locate.

Posted on 17 Apr 2015 by Graham Whitehead
15 Apr 2015 Possible Eagle Owl

Possible Eagle Owl sighting at South Ashdown Forest. Seen at approx 20.15 flying above tree level. Size approx between Heron and Buzzard. Managed to get directly under as it flew along the line of A272 and was very definietely owl shaped. Two other unconfirmed sightings of a large bird not thought to be a Buzzard by family and friend in Newick area.

Posted on 17 Apr 2015 by Tim Parrett
16 Apr 2015 Nutbourne Marshes

A nice early reed warbler signing this evening at the Ham Brook outfall reed bed. Lots of Med Gulls flying over.

Posted on 17 Apr 2015 by Paul Comerford
17 Apr 2015 Yellowhammers

Two months ago I reported 16 Yellowhammers in my Hurst garden. Every day since I have had a minimum of 6 here! This has been very unusual and I would like to know if any birders have had a similar experience?

Posted on 17 Apr 2015 by Tony Bullock
17 Apr 2015 Hoopoe   more...

A Hoopoe photographed and filmed early evening by my friend the landowner in a private garden near Lyminster.

Posted on 17 Apr 2015 by Jamie Wilkinson
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