Sightings: 2011

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BIRDGUIDES on Wednesday, 30 November 2011
Bittern, from Carlton Hide at 10:45
JEFF on Sunday, 27 November 2011
Golden Plover (80+), Goldeneye (2 ♂ 2 ♀), Pochard (20), Common Snipe (1), Good numbers of lapwing and Black-headed gulls, Herring gull (2), Lesser Black-backed Gull, Redwing (10+), Siskin (8), Lesser Redpoll (2), Kestrel (1), Buzzard (1), Bullfinch (3 ♂, 1 ♀)

Reported earlier in the day: Golden Plover (160), Peregrine.
STEVE MCAUSLAND on Friday, 25 November 2011

Friday afternoon's brief visit before dusk.

Bittern moving through the reeds at West Marsh Pool.
BIRDGUIDES on Friday, 25 November 2011
Bittern, still from Carlton Hide then flew to Newlands Reedbed (12:00)
DAVID STEELEY on Wednesday, 23 November 2011
1430 - 1615
Of note were approx 100 Golden Plover, m+f Goldeneye, 10+ Common Snipe, 70+ greylag Geese, 250+ Lapwing all on EM Pool. Several Siskin with Goldfinch on Alders near footbridge by path to WM hide, also Redwing and Buzzard over. Spent the last hour in EM hide hoping the Bittern may re-appear but no joy. Watch as all of the Greylags and Gulls left for their roosting areas. Small but good show of approx 500 Starlings performing before going to roost.
JEFF RANKIN on Wednesday, 23 November 2011
10.15am Bittern flew out towards Newlands from front edge of reeds to left of EM hide. Dropped down beyond the bank between EM and Carlton. Not seen again until 2.15pm when it scrambled on to a branch perch near where it had landed and launched itself on a flight towards the dead trees on Newlands.
MARTIN DURKIN on Tuesday, 22 November 2011
Bittern in reedbed left hand from east marsh hide at 8.45am and fly to newlands.
STEVE MCAUSLAND on Sunday, 20 November 2011
Sunday afternoon visit

Bittern from Carlton hide at 4.20pm flew in from East Marsh and dropped in to the reeds between the two dead trees.
KEITH YATES on Saturday, 19 November 2011
Early Morning Visit Highlights:

Woodcock ( 1 accidentally flushed Nr Sheep Field), Goldeneye (2 male
MICHAEL FIELD on Thursday, 17 November 2011
a few Wigeons sighted at East Marsh, during morning