|Pressure map for Saturday 17th October 2015|
Thrush passage is one of my most eagerly awaited for bird spectacles, both the visually and audible. During the hours of darkness listen for the piercing "seeeep" call of Redwings and the "tic" call of Song Thrushes as they pass over.
Blackbirds will also be seen passing over, often in high numbers also. I remember a few years ago I was walking from Saham Toney to Great Cressingham when at first light, hundreds of Blackbirds descended into the hedgerows and trees following their overnight passage.