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|CAROLINE IRWIN on Thursday, 02 June 2011|
|Swallow, little ringed plover, redshank, black headed gull, great spotted woodpecker, chiffchaff, willow warbler, kingfisher, grey heron, reed warbler, oystercatcher, common tern, tufted duck, cormorant, pheasant, lapwing, canada goose, mute swan, sand martin, cuckoo (heard), robin, bullfinch, feral and wood pigeons, blue and great tits, coot, carrion crow, magpie, blackbird, mallard.
Butterflies - Common Blue (5) by tip area, speckled wood 1, brimstone 1, small white 1.
Moths - Cinnabar (2)
Damseflies - Azure Blue (numerous), banded demoiselle.
Mammals - grey squirrel, rabbit
|ADMIN on Thursday, 02 June 2011|
|Adult Osprey over East Marsh Pool 09:25 (message via K.Yates)|
|ADMIN on Wednesday, 01 June 2011|
ALPINE SWIFT reported by the ringing team.
More details on Keith's Birding Blog
|IAIN BROWN on Tuesday, 31 May 2011|
|4 little ringed plover chicks, on nearest island to east marsh. no evidence of adult on nest, so this may be a second brood that have bred. No sign of the three I saw last week|
|KEITH YATES on Tuesday, 31 May 2011|
|Pied Flycatcher (1 ♂ in New Hare Covert @ 7.30am)|
|IAIN BROWN on Monday, 30 May 2011|
|redshank + 3 chicks. 7 lapwing chicks. 2 Dunlin,|
|KEITH FACKRELL & CAMILLA JONES on Sunday, 29 May 2011|
Cetti's Warbler heard and seen in Top Pools reedbed.
Common Whitethroat path by John Baldwin hide.
Miner Bee (Black and White)path by John Baldwin hide
|IAIN BROWN on Saturday, 28 May 2011|
|9 lapwing chicks, 3 redshank chicks, 3. Oystercatcher chicks, 3 Little Ringed Plover chicks, plus bird still sitting on nest, dunlin, GS Woodpecker young at nest hole|
|KEITH YATES on Thursday, 26 May 2011|
|Little Egret (1 on Carlton Pool), Dunlin (1 on East Marsh Pool) 4 Redshank chicks, far right hand Island from Main Hide!
Grasshopper Warbler reeling from Newlands via Conservation Team.
|ROB HIGGINS on Wednesday, 25 May 2011|
|Visit today (25/5/2011), in addition to the 'usual'recordings, pair of bullfinches. Also Greenshank on Teal Pool.|