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|R.HOPKINS on Friday, 15 May 2009|
|19:15 - 21:15 (Very wet)
The usuals from East Marsh with no sign of the 5 Dunlin that have been hanging around for the last couple of days. However, rewarded with a splendid Little Stint and 2 Turnstone instead. Two Sandwich Terns also flew in at 20:45.
|PAUL MASON on Friday, 15 May 2009|
|garden warbler, buzzard, nuthatch, sparrowhawk, kestrel, peregrine, house martin,sand martin, redshank, greenshank, kingfisher, sedge warbler, lapwing, heron|
|BIRDGUIDES on Thursday, 14 May 2009|
|Black Tern x 2 this evening (East Marsh Pool)|
|ADRIAN JOHNSON on Thursday, 14 May 2009|
|Little Tern (Flew off westwards at 9am) Dunlin(5), Cuckoo(2)|
|STEVE CHAPMAN on Wednesday, 13 May 2009|
|Tue 12 May
Strong winds kept many species under cover and birding difficult! Sixty species recorded 0730-1630 but nothing new.
Hobby flew briefly over EMP at 1600h.
|SIMON AND KAREN on Monday, 11 May 2009|
|Sunday 10th May
blackbird, blue tit, robin, dunnock, wood pigeon, swan, moorhen, coot, tufted duck, canada and greylag geese, common tern, shelduck, lapwing, ringed plover, little ringed plover, wigeon, lesser blackbacked gull, cormorant, sand martin, heron, lesser whitethroat, whitethroat, jay, great tit, oystercatcher, crow, sedge warbler, bullfinch, willow warbler, cuckoo, swallow, nuthatch, blackcap, common sandpiper, great crested grebe, wren, gs woodpecker, gadwall and finally a Water Rail.
|DENNIS MCWILLIAMS on Saturday, 09 May 2009|
|Wood Sandpiper Teal Pool 8th mid day|
|KEVIN G (HIPPO) on Friday, 08 May 2009|
Yellowhammer (Brandon Lane); Carrion Crow; Robin; Swallow; Pheasant; Wood Pigeon; Grey Lag Goose; Great Tit; Chiffchaff; Blackbird; Wren; Green Woodpecker; Magpie; Blackcap; Canada Goose; Great Crested Grebe; Song Thrush; Cettis Warbler; Willow Warbler; Whitethroat; Kestrel; Stock Dove; Dunnock; Bullfinch; Garden Warbler; Chaffinch; Great Spotted Woodpecker; Reed Warbler; Sedge Warbler; Reed Bunting; Lapwing; Mallard; Cormorant; Gadwall; Wigeon; Oystercatcher; Tufted Duck; Coot; Water Rail; Mute Swan; Redshank; Ringed Plover; Little Ringed Plover; Sand Martin; Common Tern; Moorhen; House Martin; Cuckoo; Lesser Black Backed Gull; Swift; Starling; Blue Tit; Heron; Long Tailed Tit; Jay; Common Sandpiper; White Wagtail; Greenfinch; Dabchick.
|CAROLINE IRWIN on Thursday, 07 May 2009|
|Magpie 5, Swallow 3, Carrion Crow 6, Robin 1, Coot 7, Blackbird 4, Mute Swan 3, Mallard 27 (including 7 ducklings), Moorhen 3, Redshank 2, Oystercatcher 1, Canada Geese 18 (including 5 goslings), Swift 15+, Little Ringed Plover 3, Wood Pigeon 2, Common Tern 3, Lapwing 4, Tufted Duck 7, Sand Martin 1, Wigeon 1, House Martin 10+, Grey Heron 2, Hobby 1 (in dead tree seen from Carlton Hide), Pied Wagtail 1, Teal 1, Greylag Goose 4, Kestrel 2, Great Crested Grebe 1, Long Tailed Tit 1, Feral Pigeon 12. Butterflies - Orange Tip 5, Small White 8, Brimstone 4, Peacock 3, Large White 1.|
|BIRDGUIDES on Monday, 04 May 2009|
|Wood Sandpiper, on East Marsh (10:10)|