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  • On the feeders

    Seen yesterday at the feeding station next to the main car were Greenfinch, Goldfinch, Great tit, Nuthatch and Lesser redpoll. Elsewhere around Dove Stone there have been recent sightings of Oystercatcher, Common sandpiper, Reed bunting, Buzzard, Swallow...
  • Fledging Update

    Tuesday's misty, rainy start gave way to a really lovely sunny afternoon. Over at Ashway Gap there was no sign of our last two young Peregrines on the nest ledge, meaning they fledged either earlier on Tuesday or possibly on Monday. A Pied Wagtail...
  • Mid-June Sightings

    A quick update for this week. Starting from the main carpark still plenty of House Martins and Swallows around - particularly flying along the reservoir bank. Regulars such as Greenfinch , Goldfinch and Pied Wagtail can be seen around the feeders at the...
  • Fungi Foray This Saturday

    There's been some really amazing and beautiful fungi at Dove Stone recently. I did post to the blog on fungi in September the year ( http://www.rspb.org.uk/community/groups/dovestone/blog/archive/2010/09.aspxhis ) but wanted to come back to it...
  • Thursday's 30-minute birding

    Continuing with '30-minute-birding' around Binn Green. No new species today unfortunately - still looking out for Lesser Redpoll . This morning's half hour gives us: Great Spotted Woodpecker , two Mistle Thrush , two Jay on the peanut feeders...
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