Bird Reports 2012

2012 Report of a long term survey of breeding birds on Magog Down, Stapleford

Bryan Davies and Robin Cox, Cambridgeshire Bird Club   In a document dated 29/02/12 we proposed a long term breeding…read more

Report from Stapleford Bird Club - 1st December 2012

The Magog Down was covered in hoar frost and it was very cold and cloudy when seven bird watchers met at 8.30 am on Saturday…read more

Report from Stapleford Bird Club - 3rd November 2012

Seven bird watchers gathered at 8.30 am on Saturday 3 November on a cool but dry day. In the car park we saw a magpie, robin,…read more

Report from Stapleford Bird Club - 6th October 2012

Four birdwatchers met on Magog Down on Saturday 6 October. The Down looked magical in the early morning sunshine with a wonderful…read more

Report from Stapleford Bird Club - 1st September 2012

On Saturday 1 September seven birdwatchers met in the car park on a dull, grey morning where we had an excellent start seeing…read more

Report from Stapleford Bird Club - 11th August 2012

Seven birdwatchers met on a warm, sunny morning on 11 August and spent a rather quiet couple of hours trying to find some…read more

Report from Stapleford Bird Club
 - 5th May 2012

Seven of the remnant of the bird group and a welcome newcomer met in the car park of the Magog Down at 8 am on 5 May on a…read more

Report from Stapleford Bird Club
 - 14th April 2012

The April walk took place on 14th of the month to avoid the Easter weekend. 8 birders gathered in the car park on a fine…read more

Report from Stapleford Bird Club
 - 3rd March 2012

(This report is an edited version of the one which appeared in the Stapleford Messenger) Eight of us started on the usual…read more

Report from Stapleford Bird Club
 - 4th February 2012

Six hardy birders gathered in the Magog Trust car park on February 4th for one of our coldest bird walks ever at -6 deg C. Before…read more

Report from Stapleford Bird Club
 - 6th January 2012

Even by 8.30am on January 6th, the light was very poor under leaden skies. Doubtless the eyesight of the Kestrel hovering…read more