Sightings: 2011

There are 333 sighting entries in 34 pages and you are on page number 16

KEITH YATES on Sunday, 22 May 2011
Osprey over East Marsh Pool @ 9am! Greenshank (1 on Teal Pool)
GARY HOBBS on Friday, 20 May 2011
2 Greenshank on Teal Pool, other birds of note- 2 Redshank, 2 Ringed Plovers, 6 L.R Plovers, 3 Oystercathers + 3 young, Cuckoo, Kestrel, 3 L.B.B Gulls (one imm), Cetti Warbler, Whitethroat.
GEOFF HAYNES on Thursday, 19 May 2011
Thursday 19th May 2011.
First Large Skipper of the year.
Common Blues, Brown Argus, Good selection of Damselflies.
IAIN BROWN on Sunday, 15 May 2011
Sunday pm, 3 oystercatcher chicks, 3 lapwing chicks, hobby,
COLIN POTTER on Sunday, 15 May 2011
07:30am
Turtle Dove hedge by golf course Pink footed goose adult
PAUL LATHBURY on Friday, 13 May 2011
Friday 13th May, evening visit 5.30pm to 08.30pm.
3 Cuckoo (2 ♂, 1 ♀)
Barn owl
Sparrowhawk (♂)
Little Egret
Grasshopper Warbler
(All from Carlton hide).
ADMIN on Wednesday, 11 May 2011
Dingy Skipper (J.Rankin)
KEITH YATES on Tuesday, 10 May 2011
Visit Highlights 06:00 – 13:30Hrs

Hobby (2), Cuckoo (2), Grasshopper Warbler (1), Garden Warbler (4), Lesser Whitethroat (1), Chiffchaff (8), Blackcap (numerous), Whitethroat (numerous), Reed Warbler (4), Sedge Warbler (numerous), Willow Warbler (11), Cetti’s Warbler (6), Buzzard (5), Kestrel (1), Sparrowhawk (5, 4 of which were in 1 thermal)

Pools

Gadwall (8), Tufted (22), Teal (2), Shoveler (1♂), Pink-footed Goose (1), Common Tern (5), Common Sandpiper (1), Little Ringed Plover (5), Ringed Plover (1), Redshank (3), Oystercatcher (3 + 4 Chicks), Sand Martin (many using nesting structures), Swallow (Numerous), House Martin (2), Swift (numerous)

Other

Brimstone (7), Red Admiral (6), Common Blue (1), Peacock (5), Speckled Wood (1), Green-vein White (11), Small White (2), Orange Tip (6), Small Heath (1), Small Copper (3), Grass Snake (1), Broad-bodied Chaser (1♂), Banded Demoiselle (7)
D+D MOUNT on Tuesday, 10 May 2011
Green Hairstreak
STEVE MCAUSLAND on Monday, 09 May 2011
Monday Evening’s Visit

Hobby x 2

Cuckoo x 2

At one point, all 4 were perched in the dead tree opposite Carlton hide whilst below, a Barn Owl was quartering the reed beds!