Wednesday 31st August – Durlston and plus ‘what herpetologists think of us’   Leave a comment

Ringing again at the garden at Durlston.

88 new birds ringed including a Reed warbler, Lesser Whitethroat, 3 Garden Warblers and 3 Tree Pipits. Blackcaps are now much the commonest Sylvia and Chiffchaffs outnumbered Willows by more than three to one. There was a strong eastward passage of Swallows and 20+ Tree Pipits over.

I didn’t take any photos this morning so instead I thought I’d share this with you.


Tyrannosaurus rex - is this more closely related to.......


..... this (Grey-hooded Parrotbill Sichuan 2007) .....


..... than this ? (Komodo Dragon - Komodo, Indonesia 2006)


PS now have a working digital TV system thanks to a kind and helpful guy from Wimbourne Aerials.



Posted August 31, 2011 by gryllosblog in Uncategorized

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