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I thought I'd let one of the Elmley regulars, Sean Huggins summarise the days sightings, courtesy of a posting on the Kent Ornithological Society's website - he spent more time on the reserve than me y/day! "Another excellent wader session at Elmley over the big spring tide yesterday...
11 Sep 2010
While I was out checking the livestock this afternoon, I flushed 2 spoonbills from the edge of the reservoir. Unfortunately, they headed off across the Swale in the direction of Oare Marshes, where they seem to have been seen more regularly just recently. This was the first record since the end of July...
11 Aug 2010
Apologies for the delay, but Friday saw the first record of the year of curlew sandpiper. 2 of these smart Arctic waders were feeding on the Flood out from Wellmarsh hide and they were still present on Saturday. These birds are occasional spring visitors to the reserve, as they make their way north to...
8 Aug 2010
A brief look on the Flood this afternoon produced at least 800 black-tailed godwit & 20 spotted redshank, along with single ruff, turnstone, green sandpiper & snipe. One of the black-tailed godwits out from Wellmarsh hide had been colour ringed and wore 3 "bracelets" on it's left...
30 Jun 2010
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