This video is called UK Bird Songs.
From the Old Moor & Dearne Valley nature reserves blog in England:
13 Oct 2014 7:04 PM
Hello, here are the sightings from the book and from the Barnsley Birders via twitter (@BarnsleyBSG) from today at Old Moor.
From the book…..
Bird garden – bullfinches, chaffinches, mallards, magpies, pheasants, wood pigeon, great tit, collared doves and a moorhen.
Wath Ings – a marsh harrier, 2 little egrets, 6 ruff, 5 dunlin, 3 spotted redshank and golden plover.
Main Mere – 6 lesser black backed gulls and a herring gull.
Edderthorpe – whooper swans!
Barnsley Birders via Twitter …
Edderthorpe – 5 whooper swans, 166 shoveler, 2 pintail, 3 black tailed godwits and 2 yellow legged gulls.
Old Moor – 25 redwing which is a first this year methinks and also a goosander and a first winter yellow legged gull on Wath Ings.
Adwick – 33 fieldfares going south west, a black tailed godwit and a little egret.
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