Sightings: 2007

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KEVIN G on Thursday, 12 April 2007
1630 - 1945 (50 species)
Green Sandpiper (1); Willow Warbler (4); Kingfisher (1); Mistle Thrush (2); Gt Sp Woodpecker (1); Green Woodpecker (2); Goldcrest (2); Gadwall (8); Redshank (3); Blackcap (1m); Cettis (6); Ringed Plover (3); Oystercatcher (1); Snipe (3); Jay (6); Barnacle Goose (1); Bullfinch (4f); Buzzard(2); Shoveller; Tufted Duck; LBB Gull; Heron; Teal; Gt Cr Grebe; Song THrush;
Also, my first Swallow (at last!) on wires at Bretford.
Kevin (Hippo)
DAVE MCINTOSH on Monday, 09 April 2007
Monaday 9th April
Great Crested Grebe 2: Cormorant 2: Grey Heron 3: Mute Swan 3:Greylag 10: Canada 32:Barnacle 1: Shelduck 2: gadwall 7:Teal 21: Mallard 18:Shoveler 9: Tufted 18:Buzzard 2: Moorhen 7: Coot 19: Oystercatcher 2: Lapwing 10:Ringed Plover 2: Redshank 7: Pied Wagtail 2:Dunnock 1: Robin 5:Mistle Thrush 1:Cetti 1: Chiffchaff 2:Long tailed tit 5:Great tit 6: Blue tit 4 : Reed Bunting 5: Chaffinch 5:Jay 3:
JEFF on Sunday, 08 April 2007
10:30 -
Oystercatcher (2), C.Snipe (3), Shelduck (2), Chiffchaff (10+ singing), Blackcap (4 male 1 female), GC Grebe (2 + 2 young), Mistle Thrush (feeding young), Gadwall (4), Teal (87), Ringed Plover (2), Redshank (4), Willow Tit (2), Goldcrest (1), LT Tits (3), Buzzard (2), Cetti's (6 males calling), Water Rail (1 calling), Bullfinch (3 males, 2 females)
Butterflies: Orange Tip (1 male), Peacock (5), Brimstone (2 male)
Reported by others: Greywagtail (2), Willow Warbler (2)
KEVIN G on Sunday, 08 April 2007
0630 - 1015 (Misty over pools early on)
Sparrowhawk (2); Ringed Plover (2); Treecreeper (1); Sand Martin (1); Bullfinch (2m, 1f); Gt Cr Grebe (3); Snipe (2); Shelduck (3); Heron (3); Gadwall (8); Redshank (5); Shoveller (22); Lapwing (12); Teal (18); LBB Gull (2); Oystercatcher (2); Reed Bunting (4m, 2f); Green Woodpecker (2); Cettis Warbler (5 seen, singing in at least 10 locations); Gt Sp Woodpecker (4); Goldcrest (1); Wren (30+); Stock Dove (4); Chiffchaff (15+);Jay (3); Barnacle Goose (1); Song Thrush (5); Muntjac on West Marsh; Fox on bank opposite EM Hide.
STEVE SEAL on Saturday, 07 April 2007
5 male Cettis calling, 1 female nest building, 3 Sand Martins over, 2 Ringed Plovers, 1 L R Plover, 2 Redshank, 2 Oystercatchers, 2 Shelduck, 14 Teal on east marsh only, 4 Chiffchaff, 1 Blackcap, 3 Jays.
DAVE MCINTOSH on Friday, 06 April 2007
Great Crested Grebe 3: Cormorant 5: Grey Heron 2: Mute Swan 3:Greylag 3: Canada 25:Barnacle 1: Shelduck 2: gadwall 1:Teal 83: Mallard 22:Shoveler 16: Tufted 14:Buzzard 5:Kestrel 1: Moorhen 4: Coot 19: Oystercatcher 2: Lapwing 4: Redshank 6:Snipe 4: Pied Wagtail 2:Wren 5: Robin 9: Song Thrush 1:Cetti 3: Chiffchaff 4:Long tailed tit 1:Great tit 3: Blue tit 7 : Reed Bunting 2: Chaffinch 1: Kingfisher 1:
JEFF on Thursday, 05 April 2007
At least 5 blackcap reported today.
Butterflies:Brimstone (1), Small Tortoiseshell (1) Peacock (3)
MARC on Monday, 02 April 2007
Male Garganey, 20+ Sand Martins, 2 Grey Wagtail, 22 Shoveller, 3 Redshank, Oystercatcher, two Buzzard, 2 Common Gull among 30+ Black-headed Gulls, 2 Cormorant, Great Crested Grebe, grass snake (nearly trodden on as I walked along the main EM path), plus Tufties, Mallards etc as normal.
WARWICKBIRDS on Monday, 02 April 2007
Garganey, still present at 6:15pm this evening (per RHopkins)
BIRDGUIDES on Monday, 02 April 2007
Garganey, drake on East Marsh (11:40)