|The event starts with a 2.4 mile swim in Pennington Flash|
|The start of the 112 mile bike ride which is then followed by a 26.2 mile run.|
This young bird could travel well over 9,000km to winter in South Africa
|The only Sedge Warbler caught.|
Some Sedge Warblers may fly non stop from southern England to sub Saharan West Africa.
A distance of around 3,900km and a flight time of up to 3 to 4 days.
|Juvenile Reed Warbler with extensive fault barring.|
Some feathers on the rump have broken off along a fault line.
|Brown-veined Wainscot feeding on the nectar of Water Mint.|
Sand Martin 7
Reed Warbler 16 (+ 1 retrap and a control)
Sedge Warbler 1
Willow Warbler 2
Reed Bunting 2
Long-tailed Tit 1
Total 147 (+2)