Monthly Archives: September 2014

The Week in Focus: 13th to 19th September 2014

The week’s weather remained dry and rather cloudy under the influence of a high pressure system to the north-east, allowing an easterly airstream to become established throughout the period. While the east coast fared well for migrants, Northants failed to … Continue reading

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Masterclass: Gull Identification & Ageing

Martin Elliott will again be running his gull ID and ageing classes in both Cornwall and Northamptonshire, commencing this month … Contact Martin at martinelliott.sennen@googlemail.com  

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The Week in Focus: 6th to 12th September 2014

Summer almost returned as an area of high pressure remained over the country for the whole week and temperatures reached the low twenties. Winds were light and variable but contained a significantly easterly element. The two Barnacle Geese remained at … Continue reading

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The Week in Focus: 30th August to 5th September 2014

A largely dry and relatively warm week, initially dominated by a light south-westerly airstream while the latter part saw coastal drift migrants arriving on easterlies resulting from a broad area of high pressure over Scandinavia. Perhaps associated with this was … Continue reading

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