Bearded Tit

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Common Name Bearded Tit
Scientific Name Panurus biarmicus
Interest Level
4/5
Related Species Titmice
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Summary

A visitor to reedbeds on Dorset rivers in winter.


 

 

Contributors to the Nature of Dorset have seen this species at these locations:

Please note that the markers show APPROXIMATE locations of the observation, not exact locations! You can find often find out more information about location by looking at the original tweet. Click on any marker to see the name of the location and then click on the location name to see more details about the site where available.

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This chart shows the number of records per month for this species where there are records (see note below):

The intention of this chart is to show which months during the year this species is most likely to be seen. The total per month is across all years; to see the total for a particular year select that year in the filter at the top.

This chart shows the number of records per day for this species for up to the last 30 days for which there are records for this species (see note above). Hover over any column to see the date and the number of records:

These contributors have submitted records for this species:

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These are some photographs of this species that have accompanied tweets from Twitter contributors. Click/tap a photo to see the original version.

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What a handsome fellow! Thanks to @HACPIX for this pic of #beardedtit in #christchurchharbour #dorsethour https://t.co/v2XdccpM3g
Tweet Date:
03/04/2017 - 19:45
RT @Wildwood_photos: Final photo of the bearded tit from Radipole lake @RSPBWeymouth https://t.co/fyQbKS6979
Tweet Date:
28/08/2017 - 09:59
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The original tweets from which these records have been derived:

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Record Datesort ascending Recorded at Recorded by Tweet
17/09/2017 - 07:50 Shaun Robson

@ianballam @harbourbirds @DorsetBirdClub @BirdGuides 2 Bearded Tit #LBV my best so far

12/09/2017 - 18:11 Martin Wood

Also seen at Lodmoor today Bearded Tit, Dunlin, Wheatear, Ringed Plover,Black tailed Godwits. Common Tern. Great White Egret.

28/08/2017 - 09:59 Retweet RT @Wildwood_photos: Final photo of the bearded tit from Radipole lake @RSPBWeymouth https://t.co/fyQbKS6979
21/08/2017 - 11:48 Retweet RT @stilts38: Lodmoor this AM 3C/Sands, 1G/Sand, 50+Dunlins, 2R/Shank, 4BTG, Kingfisher, Bearded Tits (heard only) Green woodpecker, plus u…
25/07/2017 - 10:15 RSPB Weymouth Lots of juvenile Bearded Tits this morning, right next to the RSPB Discovery Center! Here is a gorgeous male in the… https://t.co/bwUrwJLZbq
16/07/2017 - 14:15 Two Owls Birding Lodmoor with our group this am 3 Marsh Harriers interacting & 2 Peregrines doing same nearby calling loudly. Bearded Tit, Reed & Sedge wblrs
01/07/2017 - 23:45 Retweet RT @Wildwood_photos: Juvenile male bearded tit from a very quick visit to @RSPBWeymouth today. Very windy , tricky to focus, but great to s…
21/06/2017 - 08:00 Retweet RT @battybirder: Lovely evening walk at @RSPBWeymouth, juv bearded tits, cetti's warbler, marsh harrier &lots more, despite noisy children…
20/06/2017 - 21:15 Retweet RT @deanhall30: Bearded Tit showing well this evening in the reeds near the discovery centre @RSPBWeymouth https://t.co/CzpS5gA0tF
29/04/2017 - 20:45 Retweet RT @butlerdb77: Great advice from a warden @RSPBWeymouth meant I got to see bearded tit and a bonus cettis warbler. @FergusHenderso1 Brill…
27/04/2017 - 09:30 RSPB Weymouth Sightings for yesterday (Wednesday) in Weymouth- a great day for watching bearded tits neat building ☺️ https://t.co/cWgKNUuhXu
25/04/2017 - 20:00 Wawlee Bearded Tits @RSPBWeymouth last week. https://t.co/34yP5naAju
25/04/2017 - 20:00 Luke Phillips @RSPBWeymouth Radipole today - Marsh Harriers amazing as ever, 2 Common Sand, 2 Lesser Whitethroat and Beardies feeding young.
25/04/2017 - 18:45 RSPB Arne Pied fly, garden warb, ring ouzel, Wheatear, whinchat, Bearded tit, Marsh harrier, Whimbrel, cetti's on day 2 of Dorset tour @harbourbirds
05/04/2017 - 11:45 RSPB Weymouth Bearded tit busily feeding visible from the Discovery Centre cafe and Bridge @DorsetBirdClub @wildlife_uk
03/04/2017 - 19:45 Christchurch Harbour Ornithological Group What a handsome fellow! Thanks to @HACPIX for this pic of #beardedtit in #christchurchharbour #dorsethour https://t.co/v2XdccpM3g
03/04/2017 - 10:15 Adrian Groves RT @lippy113: @RSPBWeymouth Bearded Reedlings foraging for seeds along the paths at Radipole. https://t.co/y1QofMjuJL
23/03/2017 - 08:45 Birds Poole Harbour Swineham last night. Hen Harr, Merlin, Barn Owl, 18 Sand Martin, 1 Wheatear, Beatded Tits calling, c5 Cetti's @DorsetBirdClub @BirdGuides
11/03/2017 - 12:45 RSPB Weymouth Good #bird #sightings today in Weymouth- highlights bittern and bearded tits plus marsh harrier displaying. https://t.co/uUtNvM7k1K
11/03/2017 - 11:45 RSPB Weymouth Bearded tit visible from the cafe window now! A great day to spot hen as not much wind in Weymouth @DorsetBirdClub… https://t.co/Ze6J5sRVoy
24/02/2017 - 10:45 Joe Stockwell RT @Joe_stockwell: Radipole Bearded Tits from this morning https://t.co/zln1JR9Vo2
19/02/2017 - 13:30 RSPB Weymouth RT @RSPBWeymouth: Bittern seen flying, bearded tits calling, cettis shouting & water rail screaming today @RSPBWeymouth @RSPBSouthWest @Nat…
01/02/2017 - 13:45 Ian Ballam Bearded Tit calling from end of Lytchett Heath @harbourbirds @NarwhalSh
22/01/2017 - 12:45 Phyl England RSPB Radipole great for birds even on dull day.Yesterday Bearded Tits in reeds Water Rail scuttling along paths and… https://t.co/wX4FxrfQ0D
Name of species Bearded Tit
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