Sightings: 2019

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KEITH BARNSLEY on Saturday, 20 April 2019
Sat Morning 6.45 to 8.00Grasshopper Warbler reeling (Ted Jury Hide). 2 Redshank 3 Reed Warbler 2 Sedge W. At least 5 Cetti’s. 2 L TIt. 3 Song Thrush. Cuckoo calling distantly. 6 stock Dove.G.Spot W/pecker. 2 Bullfinch. 6 blackcap. 5 Common Tern. 5 S Martin. Kingfisher. LRP.
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JONATHAN BOWLEY on Thursday, 18 April 2019
April 17th (early afternoon) - 1 Reed Warbler singing (Central Marsh), also 2 Little Grebe (Newlands), 1 Water Rail (Carlton), 1 Oystercatcher, 2 Little Ringed Plover, 2 Redshank, 3 Common Tern, 50 Sand Martins, six Cetti's Warbler singing across reserve, 1 Sedge Warbler singing (Newlands).
PVB on Thursday, 18 April 2019
08:32 - 12:30

Highlights of a 40+ species visit:

Ted Jury Hide - Cuckoo heard
Mick Taylor Hide - Sedge Warbler
Farm Reedbed area - Common Whitethroat; Willow Warbler; Redwing (1)
East Marsh - Common Tern (4); Redshank (2); Little Egret (1);
ROY WOOLLEY on Wednesday, 17 April 2019
3 x Common Tern [Baldwin Hide, mid-afternoon].
LALAN BODDINGTON on Wednesday, 17 April 2019
Farm Reed Bed 10.30 a.m. ;
Common Redstart (♂)
PVB on Tuesday, 16 April 2019
08:18 - 11:28

Highlights of over 40 species (apart from birdsong everywhere):
East Marsh - Common Tern (1), Redshank (2), Sand Martin (lots), Little Ringed Plover (4);
Carlton - Little Grebe (1), Snipe (1);
Several spots around Reserve - Blackcap (♂ and ♀).
KEITH BARNSLEY on Friday, 12 April 2019
Fri 12th April 6:10 to 7:40am. Sunrise on a very cold Brandon. 3 Willow Warbler singing. Double that for Chiffs. 3 Blackcap. 3 Cetti’s. 2 Redshank, 2 Jays. GBBGull. 10 Sand Martin. 4 Oyster Catchers. LRP. TreeCreeper. Probable Willow Tit between EM & Carlton hides.
DAVID CHARLES-EDWARDS on Thursday, 11 April 2019
Thursday 11th April moening
2 Cettis warblers, blackcap and chiffchaff singing, 12 drake shoveler + quite a few a92;s, 2 pr wigeon, 2 pr gadwall, 2 redshank, 1 Little Ringed Plover
KEITH YATES on Sunday, 07 April 2019
Morning Visit 07:00 ~ 11:00

Male Pied Flycatcher (from Primrose Bank showing well for most of the morning)

East Marsh: Wheatear (Male dropped onto Tern Island briefly), Sedge Warbler (1 singing in reeds to the left of East Marsh Hide), Little-ringed Plover (4), Oystercatcher (4), Redshank (2), Common Snipe (1), Drake Mandarin (one early morning photographed & seen by Fred Stokes but no further sign), Cetti's Warbler (2), Sand Martin (20+), House Martin (4), Swallow (3)

Other Areas:

Fieldfare (2 over car park), Linnet (2), Willow Warbler (5), Chiffchaff (10+), Blackcap (5), Skylark (one singing over Farm Area), Muntjac (2)
JOHN COAKLEY on Sunday, 07 April 2019
Of Note This PM
4 x Wigeon