The day started in the best possible way. Before the sunrise we caught a Woodcock, which was a new ringing tick for me.
As you probably remember I found a Yellow-browed Warbler yesterday that non of my friends here saw. Well, today they got compensation in form of the three(!) Yellow-browed Warblers that we've ringed (second new ringing tick for the day). And as if that wasn't enough we caught the second Firecrest for the week as well (third new ringing tick) and another unringed Firecrest was seen in field in the afternoon.
Apart from those species there was a lot of thrushes in the morning. Mostly Song Thrushes, but also some Redwings and Blackbirds.
And of course there been a lot of Robins and Goldcrests as well.
It's been kind of foggy all day, so we haven't been able to watch for migrating birds over the ocean, but a few flocks of Geese and Cranes have past over our heads.
There's no wind at all today, so tonight I will try to catch some Owls and Snipes again.
See you tomorrow!