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arctic birds, UK weather
16 Bewick's swans roosted on the pool in front of west mead hide overnight - they left at 08.15 this morning, flying off south down the valley to feed. There were 10 in the same spot yesterday morning - they left precisely an hour earlier, though it was much gloomier this morning due to the overcast...
6 Jan 2011
Some of you may know that when we're out on the reserve, we tend to carry radio handsets around, in part so we can share news of any exciting wildlife flying (or scurrying/fluttering/beetling) around. Around lunch time today we heard our warden Pete announce over the radio that there was a hen harrier...
30 Jan 2013
hen harrier repeat visits
The male hen harrier that has been regularly seen in the Arun valley since Christmas was at Pulborough Brooks again this morning - it was hunting over the Amberley brooks on tuesday morning. Huge numbers of wildfowl on the Amberley and Pulborough brooks over the last few days - mostly wigeon and teal...
20 Jan 2011
Around the trail, after the strong winds and torrential rain this morning, plenty small birds were active - (lesser) redpolls in the birches nr the visitor centre, redwings and fieldfares all over the place, blue and great tits in the hedgerows, 2 or 3 green woodpeckers and a few small parties of goldfinches...
8 Nov 2010
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