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Weekly wildlife roundup - Like a rubbish dump in India...?
If you have ever been to Asia, you will have probably been past or even birded a local rubbish dump (I kid you not!) and seen large numbers of gulls, storks and raptors feeding on leftovers. It is an amazing sight watching hundreds of black kites circling in the air together. Well we have something...
22 Dec 2012
Harrier roost counts......done
As part of a national monitoring scheme run jointly by the British Trust for Ornithology (BTO) and the Hawl and Owl Trust, we have been counting the harriers that roost on the reserve over the last winter. The main aim of the scheme is to get an accurate assesment of the number of hen and marsh harriers...
20 Mar 2012
Better than a bazillion waders?
The roost of harriers at the reserve this year is phenomenal! This is not an exaggeration, despite my propensity of sometimes displaying this characteristic. Who can forget the bazillion waders on the fresh marsh, or the starling roost that was so huge it blocked the sun out and brought forward dusk...
10 Nov 2011
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