A noticeable number of Robins was noted couple of mornings ago. Each net on each net round had couple of Robins in it. Apparently there was a large fall on the East so I guess that they had slowly crept their way across South East and then South West Britain
Good numbers of crests were caught a some larger winged chiffchaffs than usual.
However the best was yet to come when just on the point of dark this afternoon a Yellow-browed Warbler dropped into the net in the withy bed.
Over the past few evenings the Pied Wagtail roost which has returned to the reedbed has turned up trumps with more birds being colour ringed. It looks as if the wind will curtail activity over the next few days but with a cold snap approaching things may get good again.