EDINBURGH RECORDINGS

Saturday 4th August, 9.30am
Number of birdwatchers: 27

Saturday 4th August, 1.30pm
Number of birdwatchers: 14

Sunday 5th August, 9.30am
Number of birdwatchers: 5

Sunday 5th August, 1.30pm
Number of birdwatchers: 6

Thanks to all the hardy souls who braved the torrential rain today to take part. It was much appreciated!

Monday 6th August, 9.30am
Number of birdwatchers: 2

Monday 6th August, 1.30pm
Number of birdwatchers: 17
TECHNICAL ERROR! Huge apologies to the participants of today’s 1.30pm session, but we are unable to post a recording because BOTH of the audio recorders failed. It’s a great shame, because this was a lovely event with moments where everyone spotted the same bird at once after a few seconds of silence. We spotted gulls, pigeons, and ‘birds’.

Tuesday 7th August, 9.30am
Number of birdwatchers: 12

At 57 seconds into the VERY QUIET birdwatch a group of about 20 people dressed as blackbirds ran squawking into the gardens and around the fountain. I PROMISE this was not part of my work!

Tuesday 7th August, 1.30pm
Number of birdwatchers: 11

Wednesday 8th August, 9.30am
Number of birdwatchers: 7

Arrived at 9.10am to find about 15 people doing One Minute Birdwatching on their own, because they’d mis-timed the start of their next event. I’m glad the instructions are spreading: it is supposed to be something you can do wherever you are and it was nice to see that in action.

Wednesday 8th August, 1.30pm
Number of birdwatchers: 10

Thursday 9th August, 9.30am
Number of birdwatchers: 15

Thursday 9th August, 1.30pm
Number of birdwatchers: 17

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