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Friday 15th February 2019

5 Bearded tits flew into Cell 'B' reeds in the late afternoon,
The male Goosander was still on the Main Lake, with 2 Black-tailed godwits & the Ruff nearby on Cell 'A',
3 Great crested grebes were present, as well as Marsh harrier & 2 Curlew on the Village Lake

Singing Blue tit by the Carp Lake

Grey heron on the Village Lake

Posted By: Barry on 2/15/2019 8:38:29 PM

Thursday 14th February 2019

In the afternoon, a Barn owl was present, as well as a male Brambling in the trees by the Maize field feeder,
A male Goosander was on the Main Lake, with the 2 Black-tailed godwits nearby on Cell 'A',
The Ruff was on the Village Lake

Posted By: Barry on 2/14/2019 7:45:51 PM

Wednesday 13th February 2019

The 2 Black-tailed godwits, along with the Ruff were on the Village Lake, with 9 Curlews in the Entrance field & 5 Oystercatchers (3 on Cell 'A' & 2 on the Main Lake) present,
The 2 Bramblings were under the Maize field feeders, plus Treecreeper on the West path,
Also seen was 2 Red kites, Marsh harrier, drake Mandarin (Carp Lake), Pair of Bullfinch (Carp Lake), 60+ Tree sparrows (Dryham Lane) & Pink-footed goose (Main Lake).

Posted By: Barry on 2/13/2019 9:51:17 PM

Monday 11th February 2019

Today, the first Great crested grebe of the year was on the Main Lake, along with 2 Canada geese,
Also seen was the Tawny owl on the East path in the evening & Goldcrest.

Posted By: Barry on 2/11/2019 9:54:23 PM

Sunday 10th February 2019

A Woodcock was seen flying over the South west corner of the Main Lake,
Other waders seen, included the 2 Black-tailed godwits (Cell 'A'), Ruff (Village Lake), Green sandpiper (New workings) & 3 Oystercatchers,
By the Maize field feeders, there was a male & female Bramblings, Coal & Marsh tits,
2 Stonechats were west of the Silt pond & 4 Treecreepers were seen on the West path,
Also seen was Marsh harrier, 2 Red kite, 2 Lesser redpoll (Main Lake), 14+ Curlew (Entrance field), female Goldeneye (briefly), 2 Grey wagtail & Pink-footed goose (Village Lake).

Bramblings under the Maize field feeder

Song thrush by the Carp Lake

Posted By: Barry on 2/10/2019 8:36:50 PM

Saturday 9th February 2019

A single Black-tailed godwit was seen to fly to Cell 'A',
Along Dryham Lane there was a Treecreeper & female Brambling by the feeding station,
13+ Goosander were on Cell 'a' in the late afternoon,
Also seen was 17 Curlew (Entrance field), Kingfisher (Cell 'A'), Barn owl (in the later afternoon), 3 Oystercatcher (Village Lake), 2 Red kite, drake Mandarin (Carp Lake), 20+ Fieldfare (North fields) & Marsh harrier

Buzzard at the back of the Main Lake

Oystercatcher on the Village Lake

Cormorant on the Village Lake

Posted By: Barry on 2/9/2019 8:45:51 PM