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Cambridgeshire bird news November 2014
Cambridgeshire bird news December 2014
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The Richard’s Pipit was near Fordham until 18th and one of the Snow Buntings was there until 8th. A Long-eared Owl was also seen there 8th. A Rough-legged Buzzard was Holme Fen from 9th and another was seen near Wentworth 10th.
Other highlights were a Grey Phalarope at Burwell Fen 21st, an Azorean Gull in the roost at Grafham Water 2nd and a Green-winged Teal at Berry Fen 9th-14th.
Glossy Ibises were at the Ouse Fen Wash 4th and at Fen Drayton Lakes 11th and again 29th-30th. A Slavonian Grebe was at Fen Drayton until 19th.
Six Red-breasted Mergansers were briefly at Paxton Pits 22nd before being discovered in Hertfordshire later the same day found. A Little Auk was taken into care at Soham 6th.
A Ring Ouzel was at the Ouse Washes 1st and a Black Redstart was at Duxford 2nd. A Waxwing was in Peterborough 20th. Late summer visitors included a Turtle Dove at Haddenham 3rd, a Garganey Ely 15th-16th and a Swallow at Brampton 24th.
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Highlights in December were a Penduline Tit at Ouse Fen 4th, a Ring-necked Duck at Paxton Pits from 1st-8th and a Glossy Ibis at Fen Drayton Lakes RSPB from 28th.
A Rough-legged Buzzard was Holme Fen and also seen at Pondersbridge 8th. A Great Grey Shrike was at Tubney Fen 12th.
There was an influx of Tundra Bean Geese with two near Rings End and up to nine at Ouse Washes RSPB. A Red-throated Diver was at also the Ouse Washes RSPB 10th-11th. Up to ten Hen Harriers were coming into roost at Wicken Fen NT.
Some ‘white-winged’ Gulls turned up in the last week of December: Glaucous Gulls were at Milton Tip, Fen Drayton Lakes RSPB and Dogsthorpe Tip and an Iceland Gull was also at Dogsthorpe Tip.