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|STEVAN NIKOLS on Monday, 29 May 2017|
|Of note, Sunday, May 28: Hobby, Cuckoo x 2, pair each of Great Spotted Woodpeckers and Treecreepers feeding young, lots of fledglings on East Marsh islands but vegetation making them hard to count, including at least one Redshank chick. Butterflies included a Painted Lady near the wind pump. Lots of damselflies around the reserve including good numbers of Red-eyed.|
|JOHN C on Sunday, 28 May 2017|
3 x Grass snakes . Same place as my last sighting
2 x Hobby's at Carlton hide
2 x GS Woodpeckers at nest hole feeding large chick
2 x Redshanks + chicks/chick
At least 2 cuckoo's heard
5 x Cinnabar moths
2 x Brimstone
1 x Red Admiral
4 x Speckled Wood
|DAVID HILL on Saturday, 27 May 2017|
|Late posting for Friday 26th May
Ted Jury Hide 8 - 8.30am Fox and then Cuckoo (probable ♀)
|JOHN C on Saturday, 27 May 2017|
|Thursday 25/5/17 PM
Green woodpecker , Buzzard , GS woodpecker , Lesser whitethroat , Whitethroat . Goldcrest , Wren , Starling with fledglings , Cettis warbler , Blackcap , Blue tit , Robin , Carrion crow , Magpie , Chiffchaff , Stock dove , Reed warbler , Mallard , Moorhen with chicks , Common tern , Blackbird , Willow warbler , Goldfinch and Kestrel
Large shoal of Roach in front of Steetley hide
1 x Grass snake . Many thanks to the gent from WWT who showed me this and also how to lift and return the refugia in a safe manner
Sorry I forgot to ask your name
5 x Brimstone
1 x Speckled wood
1 x Comma
Numerous Blues but not sure what species
|KEITH BARNSLEY on Saturday, 27 May 2017|
|5:35 to 7:15 am 2 Feral pigeon at CP. Green Woodpecker 2 Mistle Thrush Song Thrush at start of Tip area. ♂ Shelduck River Pool hide.
East Marsh. Up to 9 Lapwing chicks represent best number in several years. Best of luck to them! Cuckoo heard calling distantly.
|JOHN C on Thursday, 25 May 2017|
Green woodpecker , Buzzard , GS woodpecker , Lesser whitethroat , Whitethroat , Goldcrest , Wren , Starling with fledglings , Cetti's warbler , Blackcap , Blue tit , Great tit , Robin , Carrion crow , Magpie , Chiffchaff , Stock dove , Sedge Warbler , Mallard , Reed warbler , Moorhen + chicks , Common tern , Blackbird , Willow warbler , Goldfinch and Kestrel
Front of Steetley hide . Very large shoal of roach
Brimstone x 5
1 x Grass snake
Many thanks to the gent from the WWT who's name I forgot to get who showed me the correct way to lift and lower the refugia that he found the snake under
|KEVIN AND SERI on Wednesday, 24 May 2017|
|Usual stuff + pair Little Egrets on River Pool - heard but didn't spot min 3 Cuckoos.
Well known GS Woodpecker and Whitethroat nest sites still showing lots of feeding activity, with both parents very busy on both sites.
|DICK JONES on Tuesday, 23 May 2017|
|Hobby. Kesterel . Buzzard. Whitethroat. Willow Warbler. Chiffchaff. Blackcap. Cetti's Warbler. Sedge Warbler. Reed Warbler. Little Ringed Plover. Oystercatcher. Cuckoo. Little Grebe ( 3 Chicks but berating one constantly ) Jay Garden warbler. Tree Creepers . GS Woodpecker. Stock Dove. Gadwall.|
|KEITH BARNSLEY on Sunday, 21 May 2017|
|Sun 5:30am to 7:30am. Cold bright morning. Got my target bird Garden Warbler, but on a warbler front added: Blackcap. Willow Warbler. Whitethroat. Chiffchaff. Cettis Warbler. Sedge & Reed warbler.
However, visit HIGHLIGHT was Kingfisher (literally Bird in the hand thanks to Pro Ringers Jim& Walter) One of life's memorable moments. Cheers!
|JOHN C on Saturday, 20 May 2017|
|1 x wigeon , 7 x oystercatchers , 6 x tufted duck , 2 x mute swans , 4 x gadwall , 1 x little ringed plover , 3 x ringed plover , 8 x common terns , 1 x sandpiper , 1 x grey heron . 1 x g s woodpecker , 1 x dunnock . 10 x sand martins , 2 x house martins , plenty of swifts and swallows , 6 x greylag geese , 6 x lesser blacked back gulls , 4 x black headed gulls .
Seen from East Marsh hide 1 dead gull floating just off the main island
Also seen around the reserve whitethroat , blackcap , garden warbler , jay , reed warbler heard , sedge warbler , song thrush , wren , blue tit , great tit , blackbird , robin , chiffchaff , reed bunting ,
Also 1 x common toad on path to steetley hide