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|STEPHEN TRINDER on Thursday, 15 November 2007|
|Marsh Harrier strongly suspected on Top Reedbed today, just before mid-day, but I'm just a beginner and it wasn't that good a sighting. Confirmation, anyone?
No Lapwing - are they being displaced by gulls?
|ADE JOHNSON on Tuesday, 13 November 2007|
|Redpoll(3), Bullfinch(6), Water Rail(3),
Most usual other species.
|CAROLINE IRWIN on Monday, 12 November 2007|
|No sign of grey phalaropes, stonechat or lesser spotted woodpecker but a great walk around reserve this afternoon.
Robin, blackbird, song thrush, reed bunting, coot, great, blue and long tailed tits, goldcrest, bullfinch (2), mallard, great spotted woodpecker (2), wren, fieldfare, redwing, shoveler, mute swan, kingfisher (2), magpie, kestrel, green woodpecker, black headed gull, pheasant, chaffinch, siskin, nuthatch, cormorant, tufted duck, pochard.
|MARK PHILLIPS on Monday, 12 November 2007|
Treecreeper (2), Goldcrests, Goldfinches, Willow Tit, Kingfisher, Jays (4), Little Grebe, Song Thrush, Redwings, Willow Tit, GS Woodpecker, Kestrel.
|KEVIN G on Monday, 12 November 2007|
|Brandon this morning: 0745 / 1200 46 species
Nothing exciting! no sign of phalerope, stonechat or LS Woody for me!!
Buzzard (3); Kestrel; Gt Sp Woody; Green Woody; Water Rail; Dabchick: Song THrush; Redwing; Fieldfare; Jay; Siskin (9); Snipe (7); Teal; Wigeon; Gadwall; Pochard; Tufted Duck; Gt Cr Grebe; Shoveler; Lapwing; Bullfinch; Reed Bunting: Cettis Warbler; Heron; Large finch flocks.
|JEFF on Sunday, 11 November 2007|
|No sign of grey phalaropes at 15:00, Common Snipe (5)|
|M.MARSH on Sunday, 11 November 2007|
|Something caused all the Lapwings to take flight(didnt see what)..But while wathcing them circle noticed they were joined by 2 waders, thought they were ringed plover.Until they landed and realised was a pair of Grey Phalarope..Made our day!!...|
|P.SEWELL on Sunday, 11 November 2007|
|A pair of Grey Phalarope on East marsh pool being chased off by a Juv GBB. Then settled on Teal pool to be chased off again. (12.00) Plenty of Siskins in the Alders, LSW heard but not seen.|
|PAUL NORMAN on Sunday, 11 November 2007|
|Stonechat showing well this morning from Carlton Hide. Look in the brambles to the right of the hide.|
|GARETH BLOCKLEY on Saturday, 10 November 2007|
|What Jeff said!
Plus single Redpoll over. Flock of c20 siskins plus many more. Lesser spotted woodpecker seen c08:00 breifly near start of track between goose pool and central marsh. 49 species in total.