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|MARTIN on Friday, 08 July 2011|
|Currently in Carlton hide, lovely views of Kingfisher. Also Green Sandpiper x 5|
|PATRICK AND ISOBEL PERRY on Wednesday, 06 July 2011|
|Carlton Hide Wed 6.7.11
Kingfisher on horizontal pole 15.15
also 5 Green Sandpipers and 2 Redshanks.
|ADMIN on Tuesday, 05 July 2011|
Scarlet Tiger Moth (G Bagley) photographed at the side of Steetley Hide. Uncommon Warwickshire moth and as far as I can see from the Annual Reports a new species for Brandon Marsh.
|KEITH YATES on Tuesday, 05 July 2011|
|Visit Highlights 06:00 – 12:00Hrs
Juvenile Cuckoo (1 Being Fed by Dunnock Near Wind Pump!), Green Sandpiper (5 on Carlton), Redshank (1 Adult + 2 young on River/Teal Pools), Ringed Plover (2), Little Ringed Plover (5). Little Grebe (1), Teal (12)
Large White (2), Green-vein White (7), Small White (4), White Admiral (1), Red Admiral (2), Small Tortoishell (6), Small Copper (3), Common Blue (2 second generation), Plus various numbers of Meadow Brown, Ringlet, Large & Small Skipper, including possible Essex!
|ROB HIGGINS on Saturday, 02 July 2011|
|Sat 2/7/2011, Kingfisher made two brief appearances at Carlton hide, 1600-1730.|
|R.HOPKINS on Saturday, 02 July 2011|
|Late evening visit: Barn Owl and 2 Green Sandpipers at Carlton. No sign of WOOD SANDPIPERs on Teal Pool. 1 Muntjac on Teal Pool and 1 on East Marsh and a Grasshopper Warbler reeling in front of East Marsh hide|
|AL HORSLEY on Saturday, 02 July 2011|
|re. matthews WOOD SANDPIPERs.
could they have beem the 2 juvenile redshanks i seen there on thursday. they look greyer and bills and legs are darker than adult.
|MATTHEW on Saturday, 02 July 2011|
4 Green Sandpiper
Teal Pool Hide:
2 WOOD SANDPIPER
1 Cetti's warbler
Juveniles and ♂ Blackcap
1 Snipe over
|KEITH BARNSLEY on Saturday, 02 July 2011|
|Sat 6.00am. 1st Grasshopper warbler reeling deep in the old sheep field followed by a second one on full show in reedbed by he Golf course its whirring battled against Sedge warbler and Cettis Warbler song. Marvellous.Raucous Common Terns and flitting SandMartins (half a dozen each)from the disabled Hide.|
|PETE WORTHY on Thursday, 30 June 2011|
|Barn Owls Newlands, Ad MED GULL East Marsh 9:30, Green Sand 3 and, Grasshopper Warbler reeling, from Carlton, Juv Tawny calling in Horseshoe glade and Hobby along entrance track/sheep field at 10:15|