Bird Sightings

Seen an interesting bird?  Then let us know by submitting a record on our on-line database.  It is easy to do but if you need some instructions take a look at the Submit Sightings Page.  To view the latest sightings just click on the menu item for Latest Sightings.

Some birds are not uncommon in other parts of the country or around our coasts, but may be in Buckinghamshire.  If you want to see just how scarce a particular species is then take a look at the Bucks List.

Wryneck at Cressex

This Wryneck was present in a private garden at Cressex, High Wycombe on 29th April.  It was photographed and videoed by Emma Willson.  The bird seems very happy to be feeding in one spot, presumably feeding on ants.  It was not seen the following day.

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Wryneck – Copyright Emma Willson

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Presumed to be feeding on Ants on the frame.

This species is more often seen in the Autumn than Spring migration.  See this chart for a historical view of record distribution in the county.