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Morning all, Just returned from the first bird survey of the Barr Loch this year, and what a fab morning we've had! Started out at 6am (starting to drop off as I type!) and had loads of great sightings all the way round. In total (numbers refer to singing birds), we had 84 sedge warblers, 18 willow...
4 May 2010
Recent Sightings - 8-22 May 2013
It’s been a fairly nice couple of weeks with a good deal of sunshine and some really warm days. The warm spell has made a real difference to the appearance of the reserve – it’s getting very green and there are lots of wildflowers in bloom. If you look closely, you may notice that the...
23 May 2013
Happy Dawn Chorus Day!
The first Sunday in May is traditionally International Dawn Chorus Day, and all around the world people get up to enjoy the beautiful sounds of the many birds that sing their hearts out at this time of day, declaring their territories and trying to attract a mate. We were no exception and we had over...
2 May 2010
Recent Sightings - 25 April-7 May 2013
What an exciting time at Lochwinnoch! It looks like spring has finally arrived and the whole reserve is getting greener and greener with every day. Birds are singing aloud all over the trails and you may see them displaying and collecting nest material. There’s an increasing number of butterflies...
8 May 2013
Morning has broken!
Morning all! Today was International Dawn Chorus Day and this morning (at the almost unseen time of 4.30am,) some willing, if not a little bleary eyed, participants, volunteer Eddie W and I headed out to enjoy what has to be one of the most spectacular times of day. Starting off slowly, the robin...
1 May 2011
Hello everyone. I hope all is well this fine afternoon. As I am writing this, my first post on the RSPB community page, the sun is shining and there are lots of familiar birds at the feeding station outside my window. Every now and then I am distracted of course as I hear the tell tale sounds and flutters...
3 Sep 2013
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