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Last night, tomorrow.
Myself and two of our volunteers led a guided walk last night, looking for all things crespuscular and nocturnal, and we had a good evening. We couldn't find a barn owl, but remarkably, whilst we were watching a few pipistrelle bats (55s according to the bat detector) charging around in front of...
2 Sep 2011
Hobbies = show-offs
Hobbies - at least 2, possibly more, were putting on a fantastic show hunting dragonflies over the north brooks yesterday (best seen from Nettley's hide or Jupp's view). A marsh harrier was also seen hunting the brooks. Spotted flycatchers can be found nr Jupp's view and on the edge of the...
25 May 2011
harriers and kite
2 juvenile marsh harriers spent some of the morning hunting over the north brooks today, putting the wind up ca.200 wigeon and ca.150 teal and occasionally annoying each other. 4 ruff and single golden plover amongst ca.200 lapwings. First fieldfares and redwings of the autumn arriving - small parties...
17 Oct 2011
On the brooks this morning were ca.150 wigeon, 230 teal, 15 shoveler, 175 lapwings, 130 mallard and the usual large numbers of greylag and Canada geese. Overhead passed a steady stream of swallows and house martins, with clearly many thousands of birds on the move south. A few snipe and at least 4 green...
23 Sep 2013
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