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|IAIN BROWN on Sunday, 12 September 2010|
|Carlton hide grey wagtail and willow tit
East marsh 38 shoveler, 12 gadwall
|JEFF on Sunday, 12 September 2010|
|East Marsh Pool: Turnstone (1), Hobby (1), Common Snipe (7)
Carlton Pool: Green Sandpiper (1), Buzzard (3)
Teal Pool: Green Sandpiper (1), Teal (50+)
Central Marsh: Kingfisher (1)
|STEVE CHAPMAN on Saturday, 11 September 2010|
|45 species recorded today. Highlights include:
- Juvenile Turnstone on EMP. It was on the RH island amongst the snipe and then posed in front of the hide for the photographers. Photos hopefully posted in Photo Gallery.
- Raven over Brandon woods from Carlton at 10 am
- 3 Hobbys over Golf Course/Newlands from Carlton 2pm. One posed in tree just to right of hide
- female Kingfisher showing well at Carlton
- Willow Warblers feeding on berries alongside tit flocks in lower car park.
|IAIN BROWN on Saturday, 11 September 2010|
|2 small waders, poss little stints, but not quite right so need help, sat 7.45pm
Admin: Spoke to one of the BMVCT today, they think the two birds were possibly Dunlin.
|COLIN POTTER on Thursday, 09 September 2010|
|Eclipse male Garganey 9th sept east marsh|
|KATH EVERITT on Monday, 06 September 2010|
|DR GARETH GRIFFITHS on Monday, 06 September 2010|
|In amongst the usual large flocks of Lapwing and Black headed gulls there was a solitary Yellow Legged Gull (EM pool) Sunday pm. Kingfisher still showing at Carlton Hide.|
|ADMIN on Wednesday, 01 September 2010|
|Emerald Damselfly (J.Rankin)|
|KEITH YATES on Tuesday, 31 August 2010|
|Wonderful array of species after a cold & foggy start!
Spotted Flycatcher (1 @ Carlton), Hobby (1), Buzzard (7), Sparrowhawk (1), Wigeon (2), Green Sandpiper (1), Snipe (5), Water Rail (1), Cettis Warbler (4), Sedge Warbler (1), Reed Warbler (2), Blackcap (4), Chiffchaff (4), Willow Warbler (2), Linnet (2), Coal Tit (4), Treecreeper (1), Nuthatch (1), Goldcrest (2), Rook (1 - common enough but rare to Brandon!), Good numbers of Swallow & House Martin
Butterfly - Various numbers of Brimstone, Common Blue, Gatekeeper, Meadow Brown, Brown Argus, Small Heath, Small Copper, Ringlet, Large White, Small White, Green-vein White and Speckled Wood.
|IBROWN on Tuesday, 31 August 2010|
Goldcrest, 3 Juv little grebes on east Marsh pool