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May 2006


Wed 31st May 2006 : Langford Lowfield - 3 Dunlin
Wed 31st May 2006 : Colwick CP - Common Whitethroats, Blackcaps, Willow Warbler, Garden Warbler, Sedge Warbler, 2 Spotted Flycatchers [2 birds-2 locations] + 2 Pied Wagtails & Great Tits [newly fledged] + Butterflies: Large, Small & Green Veined Whites, 2 Peacocks, 2 Small Tortoiseshells, + Blue Tailed, Common Blue, Banded Demoselles & Red Eyed Damselflies.
Wed 31st May 2006 : Collingham (New workings) - 4 Ringed Plover, 3 Dunlin + Little Ringed Plovers
Tue 30th May 2006 : Welbeck (Raptor Watchpont) - Osprey still present
Tue 30th May 2006 : Normanton on Trent Holmes - female Goldeneye, Curlew, female Wheatear
Mon 29th May 2006 : Ravenshead - Hobby
Mon 29th May 2006 : Langford Lowfield - 2 Little Egrets (additional to the 2 at Colingham)
Mon 29th May 2006 : Collingham (New Workings) - 2 Little Egrets, 4 Oystercatchers, 6 Little Ringed Plovers, 21 Ringed Plovers, 7 Dunlin
Mon 29th May 2006 : Carburton Lakes - Osprey
Mon 29th May 2006 : Attenborough - LRP x2 and Dunlin x2[Tween],R.L.Partridge x2.
Sun 28th May 2006 : Welbeck (Raptor Watchpont) - Osprey
Sun 28th May 2006 : Attenborough - Little Ringed Plover[Tween pond ], Buzzard.
Sat 27th May 2006 : Holme Pierrepont. (Blotts) - 4 Wigeon, Hobby
Sat 27th May 2006 : Holme Pierrepont (A52 pit) - 2 Cuckoos, 2 Wigeon, Goldeneye, Dunlin
Fri 26th May 2006 : Nuthall - Grey Partridge - Old Nuthall Railway behind Little Holland Gardens.
Thu 25th May 2006 : Netherfield - 1 reeling Grasshopper Warbler, showing on North side of slurry bank in dip towards Seven Trent land. 2 Shelduck, 2 Little Ringed Plover, 1 Hobby hunting nr railway bridge.
Thu 25th May 2006 : Langford Lowfield - 2 Little Ringed Plover, 1 Common Redshank
Thu 25th May 2006 : Holme Pierrepont - A52 pit evening: 3 oyster catchers, cuckoo, egyptian goose, kingfisher, green woodpecker, 4 common terns.
Thu 25th May 2006 : High Marnham - Common Buzzard, Turtle Dove on old railway
Thu 25th May 2006 : Collingham (New Workings) - 6 Little Ringer plover, 1 Ringed Plover, 2 Dunlin
Thu 25th May 2006 : Attenborough - Cuckoo flying towards reserve from the village early pm, 2 Little Ringed Plover and Drake Teal (Tween Scrape), Grasshopper Warbler (Reeling next to the bridge at the sailing club), Lesser Whitethroat, Whitethroat, Blackcap, Chiffchaff, Sedge, Garden, Reed, and Willow Warblers all singing in good numbers around the reserve.
Wed 24th May 2006 : Lowdham - 1 Common Buzzard
Wed 24th May 2006 : Attenborough - Hobby x2[over wet marsh],LRP x2,Buzzard x3,Teal.
Tue 23rd May: Holme Pierrepont - several hundred swift A52 pit, hobby
Tue 23rd May: Attenborough - Hobby[strand],Oystercatcher[coneries],Dunlin[Tween],Buzzard x3[Brandshill].
Tue 23rd May 2006 : Langford Lowfield - 2 Little Ringed Plover
Tue 23rd May 2006 : Collingham New Workings - 2 Ringed Plover, 4 Little Ringed Plover, 10 Dunlin
Sun 21st May: Netherfield - 2 Arctic terns passed through around 9.30, 2 Shelduck, 3 Little ringed plovers, 1 Lesser Whitethroat, and good views of Reed Warblers around reedbeds and numbers appear up on last few years.
Sun 21st May: Moorgreen Woods - Chiffchaff, Willow Warbler, Nuthatch, Hobby[woodland edge].
Sun 21st May: Annesley Pit Top - 4 Shelduck, Ringed Plover, 2 Little Ringed Plovers, 2 Common Sandpipers.
Sat 20th May: Nottingham - Victoria Embankment Steps: Female Goldeneye.
Sat 20th May: Attenborough - 2 Pochard[works pit], Little Ringed, Plover [Tween pond], Oystercatcher[1 Tween pond & 1 Sailing pit], Hobby [Coneries], Buzzard, 2 Lesser Whitethroats.
Fri 19th May: Moorgreen Reservoir - 11.30 - 15.30 From Moorgreen Reservoir through to Morning Spring woods. Up to 10 Common Buzzard, Sparrowhawk, Hobby, 2 Great Spotted Woodpecker
Fri 19th May: Lound - Adult summer GULL-BILLED TERN on Neatholme Scrape from 7.30pm until dusk. Found By Ian Cowgill. The bird went missing from 7.50-8.10pm but was relocated by David Atkinson on showed well over the scrape until 9.00pm when it roosted with Black-headed Gulls until almost dark but flew out over the water again to feed and was lost in poor light. This bird was probably the one seen earlier today in Warwickshire at Kingsbury Water Park which was last seen at 4.35pm flying off north. Within 3 hours it had arrived at Lound. Excellent county record. Well done Ian and David. Also this evening a single adult Little Gull briefly on Neatholme scrape with up to 10 Dunlin. Barn Owl and a probable Long-eared Owl nearby.
Fri 19th May: Kinoulton - Siskin on Niger seed feeder in garden
Thu 18th May: Nuthall - Red Kite, seen for around 5 mins as it circled and disappeared towards junc 26 of the M1.
Thu 18th May: Langford Lowfield - 1 Litte Ringed Plover
Thu 18th May: Girton GPs - 2 Little Ringed Plovers, one of which colour-ringed (yellow upper and red lower on left leg, and black upper and blue lower on right leg), 1 Dunlin.
Thu 18th May: Collingham (New Workings) - 4 Little Ringed Plovers, 3 Ringed Plovers, 1 Dunlin
Thu 18th May: Attenborough - Barnacle Goose[tween],LRP x3,Oystercatcher x2.
Wed 17th May: East Leake - Hobby - chasing hirundines in the rain over the Bowls Club.
Tue 16th May: Netherfield - A female Marsh Harrier at Netherfield, the bird was seen on the 14th in the same area. Its got feather damage to left wing and headed towards Colwick at 2.07. Also 1 male Whinchat, 2 Cuckoos, 1 Arctic Tern, 1 Dunlin, 1 Little Ringed Plover, 1 Yellow Wagtail, 2 Grey Partridges.
Tue 16th May: Lound - 10 Turnstone on Neatholme Scrape alongside 14 Ringed Plovers.
Tue 16th May: Langford Lowfield - 2 Little Egrets, 1 Hobby, 1 immature Peregrine, 3 Cuckoos
Tue 16th May: Edwinstowe, - 4.30 pm, Red-rumped Swallow over Edwinstowe, flying west, low and slow and chattering noisily. Also Common Buzzard and Hobby
Tue 16th May: Collingham (New Workings) - 6 Ringed Plover, 4 Little Ringed Plover
Tue 16th May: Attenborough N.R. - Turtle dove over wheatear field early am.Hobby,3 yellow wagtails,2 LRP,teal,2 oystercatcher.
Mon 15th May: Harlow Wood - Turtle Dove, Woodcock
Mon 15th May: Aldercar Flashes - single adult Osprey at Aldercar Flashes at 1500
Sun 14th May: Netherfield Lagoons - Female Marsh Harrier over in the morning.
Sun 14th May: Lound - The Goldcrest at Bellmoor brought the TOTAL to 100 species plus feral Pink-footed and Lesser White-fronted Geese! Did anyone get either Treecreeper, Hobby, Buzzard, Snipe, Greenshank, Grey Wagtail or Redpoll? Let Gary Hobson know if you did!
Highlights Included:- Marsh Harrier - male (possibly immature) flew south over Clayworth Common and west over Neatholme Scrape then again over Clayworth Common before flying south to Chainbridge Pit and back east over Clayworth Common 6.00pm - 6.40pm. Dunlin - 8+ all day on Neatholme Scrape. Turnstone - 3 on Neatholme Scrape at 9.30am and a single on Chainbridge NR Scrape late afternoon. Sanderling - 2 on Neatholme Scrape late afternoon. Ringed Plover - 15+ on Neatholme Scrape and 2 on Hayton Common. Barn Owl - Single in the Blaco area and Clayworth Common. Tawny Owl - One day roosting (found by squabbling birds) between Wetlands and Walter's Farm. Little Owl - Single at Doughty's Farm sheep fields. Wigeon - 2 pair in the Neatholme area. Pintail - Drake on Neatholme Scrape. Spotted Flycatcher - Single in tall Willows at corner of chainbridge Wood nearest to viewpoint at 10.25am. Goldeneye - Female on Neatholme Pit. Curlew - Single in Linghurst Pit area with it or another on Chainbridge NR Scrape at 5.15pm. Red-crested Pochard - 5 drakes and 8 ducks. Common Sandpiper - Single on Neatholme Scrape. Common Tern - Singles at Hallcroft and Chainbridge NR Scrape. Teal - Drake on Neatholme Scrape. Turtle Dove - Single at Bellmoor. Kingfisher - Single at Parish Park. Willow Tit - Single in Chainbridge Wood NR. Grasshopper Warbler - Single in the Cross Lane area. Goldcrest - Pair at Bellmoor building a nest. Lesser Whitethroat - Neatholme Lane. Tree Sparrow - Two in paddocks along Chainbridge Lane and several in Mike V's garden. Also a single Roe Deer was on Neatholme Scrape at 9.30am before being seen again on Chainbridge NR Scrape and in the Willow Plantation opposite by mid afternoon.
Sun 14th May: Langford Lowfields - Dunlin, 2 Shelduck, Drake Garganey, 3 Cuckoos.
Sun 14th May: Hoveringham - Hobby (early am)
Sun 14th May: Collingham (New Workings) - 7 Shelduck, 20+ Dunlin, 2 Oystercatchers, 2 Turnstones, 2 Ringed Plovers, 2 Little Ringed Plovers, Sanderling, 2 Temminck's Stints, Little Egret, Cuckoo, Hobby.
Sun 14th May: Blidworth woods - 3 Tree Pipits in areas of cleared woodland.
Sun 14th May: Blidworth Woods - 1 European Nightjar
Sun 14th May: Attenborough - Little Gull[1st winter ,moulting flight feathers,sailing pit 07.15],Dunlin x2 + LRP x2[works],Pair of Yellow Wagtails[tween],Shelduck x2.
Sat 13th May: Langford Lowfield - Late a.m.:- 7 Ringed Plovers, 1 Sanderling, 1 Dunlin.
Sat 13th May: Kinoulton - In a village garden a Sparrowhawk chased a Greenfinch into a window and killed it as it lay dazed on the ground.
Sat 13th May: Holme Pierrepont (Blotts) - Shelduck, 2 Egyptian Geese, Hobby, Cuckoo.
Sat 13th May: Girton - Early a.m.:-- 1 female Common Goldeneye on adjacent River Trent, 1 sub-adult male Marsh Harrier north at 07-50, 2 Dunlin.
Sat 13th May: Collingham New Workings - Mid- a.m.:- 2 Ringed Plovers, 4 Little Ringed Plovers, 4 Sanderlings, 5 Dunlins, 1 Ruddy Turnstone.
Sat 13th May: Attenborough - LRP x3,Dunlin,Cuckoo,Grey Wagtail,Shelduck x3.
Sat 13th May: Attenborough NR - Works Pit:- 2 Dunlins Little ringed Plover, Tween Pond:- Shelduck, 2 Little Ringed Plovers, Yellow Wagtail, Sailing Pit:- Oystercatcher, Barton Flash: Yellow Wagtail.
Fri 12th May: Stoke Bardolph - Oystercatcher, 2 Yellow Wagtails.
Fri 12th May: Netherfield Lagoons - Shelduck, Argentinian Blue-Billed Duck, 2 Dunlin, Little Ringed Plover, Cuckoo.
Fri 12th May: Gunthorpe - On the Trent:- 2 Oystercatchers, Common Sandpiper, Grey Wagtail, 3 Great Black-Backed Gulls, plus 10 Golden Plover [overflying].
Fri 12th May: Attenborough - Ringed Plover+LRP[Tween],LRP x2 + Dunlin[Works beach],Shelduck x3,Cuckoo,Yellow Wagtail x2.
Thu 11th May: Nottingham University Park Lake - Fulvous whistling duck
Thu 11th May: High Marnham - 1 male Redstart on old railway.
Thu 11th May: Attenborough - LRP x3,Common Sandpiper,Oystercatcher,Shelduck x2.
Thu 11th May: Attenborough NR - 2 Lesser spotted Woodpeckers (near Delta Gate; 7pm).
Wed 10th May: Netherfield - 1x female Honey Buzzard. Bird flew slowly over the Trent and was mobbed by a pair Carrion crows over the site. it was located around 10.30 and was in view for 3-4 mins until lost to sight over Stoke Bardolph. 2 Yellow Wagtail, 2 Little Ringed Plovers, 3 Garden Warblers, 4 Lesser Whitethroats, 1 Common Buzzard, 4 Golden Plovers. [On drilled field to North of Slurry Lagoon]. Also pair of Cuckoos, male and female in same bush, 1 Oystercatcher, 1 Small Copper (butterfly), 3 Silver Y (moths ).
Wed 10th May: Linby. - Papplewick Dam Wood, 2 Spotted Flycatchers.
Wed 10th May: Hoveringham - 4 Whimbrels in flight and 1 Greenshank at flash behind sailing lake in the evening.
Wed 10th May: Holme Pierrepont (A52 pit) - Wigeon, Gadwall + chicks, 2 Hobbys.
Wed 10th May: Edwinstowe - male Mandarin duck on the River Maun just west of Edwinstowe (near Forge Bridge).
Wed 10th May: Cotgrave CP - Grantham Canal/Cotgrave CP: Red-Crested Pochard, Barn Owl, 2 Cuckoos, + Reed & Sedge Warblers.
Tue 9th May: Langford Lowfield - 1 Black-tailed Godwit, 2 Dunlin
Tue 9th May: Collingham - 2 Temminck's Stints at the New Workings to 07:20 at least, access from Carlton Ferry Lane, park near the dog grooming sign. Also 4 Little Ringed Plovers.
Tue 9th May: Attenborough - Turnstone+ LRP[Tween],Oystercatcher[sail pit],Gropper[Erewash field].
Mon 8th May: Sutton Bonington - Stone Curlew reported from small track off Hungary Lane, at 20:00 opposite Keeper's cottage.
Mon 8th May: Lound - 3 Turnstones still present on Neatholme Scrape.
Mon 8th May: Fountaindale - Drake Mandarin
Mon 8th May: Collingham - Two Temminck's Stints at the new workings still.
Mon 8th May: Attenborough - Turnstone,scaup,cuckoo,yellow wagtail x2,LRP x2,RC Pochard,Shelduck x2.
Mon 8th May: Attenborough NR - 2 Lesser Whitethroats, 2 Kingfishers, 2 Shelducks
Sun 7th May: Netherfield - Eleven Bar-tailed Godwits at Netherfield briefly then flew off also a Wood Sandpiper earlier + Whimbrel and Ruff but all flew off at lunchtime.
Sun 7th May: Lound - A summer plumaged Knot on Neatholme Scrape early morning, also 8 Arctic Tern, 4 Turnstone, up to 25 Dunlin, 3 Greenshank and 2 Common Sandpiper. Still present at 1.30pm, single Knot, 3 Turnstone, 3 Dunlin, 1 Greenshank, 1 Common Sandpiper and drake Pintail. Single Grasshopper Warbler at Chainbridge Bridge again and 2 Cuckoo in the Neatholme area. Very poor weather throughout the day with 3 Turnstone and 7 Dunlin still present in the evening
Sun 7th May: Holme Pierreponte (Rowing Course) - Grey Wagtail, Arctic Tern, one Common Scotor.
Sun 7th May: Holme Pierrepont (A52 pit) - 22 Common Scoters, Shelduck, 2 Pochards, 2 Goldeneyes, 3 Wigeon, Red-Crested Pochard [drake], Garganey, Greenshank and 2 Cuckoos.
Sun 7th May: Gedling Pit Top - 1 Black Tern, 1 Bar-tailed Godwit
Sun 7th May: Cotgrave Country Park - 2 Turtle Doves on electricity cables alongside the canal, also 2 Northern Wheatears and two Cuckoos.
Sun 7th May: Colwick CP - 20 Common Scoter.
Sun 7th May: Collingham - 2 Temminck's Stints still at the New Workings at 11.40 also 29 Dunlin and 9 Ringed Plovers. One Temminck's Stint still present at 15:30 at least at Collingham New Workings.
Sun 7th May: Attenborough NR - 4 Dunlin and 2 Little ringed Plovers [Tween Pond], 2 Arctic Terns and 3 Yellow Wagtails [Clifton Pit], large numbers of Swifts around.
Sat 6th May: Lound - Barn Owl feeding along river banks in the afternoon and a single Hobby over the Parish Park. Greenshank and Dunlin on Neatholme Scrape and Grasshopper warbler near Chainbridge bridge.
Sat 6th May: Langford Lowfield - 3 Black-tailed Godwits
Sat 6th May: Girton GPs - 1 Common Sandpiper, 2 Arctic Terns - straight through N mid-morning
Sat 6th May: Collingham GPs - 2 Little Ringed Plover, 1 Common Sandpiper
Sat 6th May: Attenborough - Drake Garganey[still on main pond],with Female Scaup and Turnstone.Cuckoo calling,LRP[tween],Shelduck x2.
Sat 6th May: Attenborough NR - Garganey [Main Pond, nr the bund], Female Scaup [Main Pond], Turnstone [Main Pond -- on the tern platform -- possibly doing a cleanup job of the Cormorant's mess for the Terns.], 3 Little Ringed Plovers [Tween Pond], 2 Yellow Wagtails [Clifton Pit].
Sat 6th May: Attenborough (Long eaton end) - 2 Grasshopper Warblers [Erewash Field-seen not heared] also just across the border in Derbys, Whimbrel & Common Sandpiper.
Fri 5th May: Stoke Bardolph - 2 Shoveler, 2 Gadwall, 2 Shelduck (at the sewerage works).
Fri 5th May: Silverhill Wood - reeling Grasshopper Warbler, Dunsill pond.
Fri 5th May: Ollerton - 5 Common Swifts circling above Nettos.
Fri 5th May: Netherfield Lagoons - Whinchat (female), Lesser Whitethroat, 2 Little Ring Plover, 1 Shelduck ( again disappeared into front reedbed and has done for last few weeks)! 1 Yellow wagtail. Also 1 Painted Lady (butterfly), 1 Silver Y moth, 3 Red Admiral, (all migrate from south Europe, hopefully bring a few good birds with them on this warm blast)
Fri 5th May: Lound - Single female Marsh Harrier through today, also single Black-tailed and Bar-tailed Godwits on Neatholme Scrape along with 2 Arctic Tern, 2 Greenshank. Spotted Flycatcher reported on Cross Lane and 3 Turtle Dove.
Fri 5th May: Kegworth - Turtle Dove, 4 Common Whitethroats, Ringed Plover, Reed Bunting, 4 Yellow Hammers all on Long Lane and Buzzard soaring by Ratcliffe power station.
Fri 5th May: Gedling Pit Top - 4 Wheatears, Lesser Whitethroat, Hobby + Skylarks & Meadow Pipits.
Fri 5th May: Attenborough - Turnstone[on "turn" raft,main pond],Common Sandpiper x2,Willow Tit.Buzzard x6[over river],Garden warbler x3.
Fri 5th May: Attenborough - Short-eared Owl on Barton side of river late afternoon.
Fri 5th May: Attenborough N.R. - Drake garganey main pond around islands off the bund,whinchat on the southside near Barton island.
Thu 4th May: Sherwood Forest/Budby - Tree Pipits throughout, 4 Yellowhammers, Buzzard. Cuckoo also heard.
Thu 4th May: Netherfield - c14:45pm 4 Golden Plover in ploughed field opposite the slurry pit. Good numbers of warbler including Garden Warbler, and many Sedge Warbler and Whitethroat.
Thu 4th May: Lound - Five Black Terns on Bellmoor Pit at Hallcroft in the afternoon with up to nine on Chainbridge NR Scrape near the gullery this evening at 19.30pm. Single Whimbrel on Neatholme Scrape and 2 Turtle Doves on Walter's Lane.
Thu 4th May: Lound (Hallcroft) - Five Black Terns on Bellmoor Pit at Hallcroft in the afternoon.
Thu 4th May: Hoveringham (Sailing Pit) - 4 Black Terns PM
Thu 4th May: Attenborough N.R. - Arctic tern on main pond,no sign of the woodchat shrike at Long Eaton.
Thu 4th May: Attenborough (New Workings) - 7/8 Black Terns feeding over the Windsurfing Pit late morning.
Wed 3rd May: Netherfield - male Whinchat, Little ringed Plover, Common Buzzard, Shelduck, Ringed plover, 2 Cuckoos. Plenty of commoner warbler species but still no sign of Garden Warbler. 3 reeling Grasshopper Warblers in the morning but quite by 1pm. Still very good numbers of Blackcap and one Lesser Whitethroat heard in song by the fishing pit.
Wed 3rd May: Lound - Two 1st-summer Little Gulls on Neatholme scrape in the afternoon and still present late evening. Two Arctic Tern present with a few Common Terns, 1 Whimbrel, 12 Dunlin, 6 Ringed Plover and 2 Greenshank. Single Turtle Dove on Walter's Lane
Wed 3rd May: Dunham lakes - 2 Common Terns, 2 Common Sandpipers.
Wed 3rd May: Cumber Park - Tree Pipet showing/displaying well on the South Lawns
Wed 3rd May: Attenborough - Lesser spotted woodpecker[male,delta gate],Dunlin x2,pair of Wheatear,yellow Wagtail x3,LRP,[all Tween/wheatear field],pink footed goose,G.B.B.Gull,[downstream of Barton Flash].
Wed 3rd May: Attenborough (New Workings) - Early PM, Woodchat Shrike still in the hedge by the windsurfing pit at the end of Pasture Lane.
Tue 2nd May: Rainworth Waters - Turtle Dove, Kingfisher, Sparrowhawk, Whitethroat, Chiffchaff.
Tue 2nd May: Lound - Two Whimbrel foraging on soil next to Neatholme Scrape in the evening, plus a single Hobby over Neatholme Lane in the afternoon, also 7 Dunlin, 2 Lesser Whitethroats nearby and a Common Buzzard south of Chainbridge Lane.
Tue 2nd May: Kinoulton - Red Kite heading East between village and Vimy Ridge @ 8.30am, also female pheasant in garden running around with dead mouse in beak. Later seen eating it!
Tue 2nd May: Attenborough - Red Kite[flew over main pond towards Brandshill wood,where it was mobbed by corvids,and disappeared over the ridge,16.30]LRP x3,Common Sandpiper,Oystercatcher x2,Yellow Wagtail x3.
Tue 2nd May: Attenborough (New Workings) - Woodchat Shrike in the hedge by the windsurfing pit at the end of Pasture Lane off Meadow Lane.
Mon 1st May: Rainworth Waters - Cuckoo, Willow Warbler, Grey Partridge, Kingfisher, Sand Martins and 2 Buzzards.
Mon 1st May: Nuthall - 3 Bullfinch visiting bird table, 2 females 1 male (Mornington Crescent).
Mon 1st May: Lound - Black Tern - Single on Neatholme Scrape this afternoon and evening also four Bar-tailed Godwit, 1 Turnstone, 1-3 Arctic Terns, 5 Common Terns and 10 Dunlin there. Black-tailed Godwit on Chainbridge NR Scrape
Mon 1st May: HolmePierrepont - Rowing Course - Arctic Tern. Lost count, Possibly 40. Common Sandpiper 2, Yellow Wagtail 1, Oystercatcher 1.
Mon 1st May: Dunham lakes - 1 male Scaup on large lake, paired with a tufted. 25/30 Yellow Wagtails, Curlew, 2 Oystercatchers, 60+ Sand Martins plus Swallow and House Martins.
Mon 1st May: Clifton grove/Barton - 3 Arctic Terns on the river near Beeston weir early morning, 1 Northern Wheatear on the manure pile at Beeston weir, 3 Corn Buntings [Barton in hedgerow near ploughed field].
Mon 1st May: Attenborough - Turnstone[tween],Dunlin x2[tween],Arctic tern x4[main pond],Common sandpiper[barton flash],Pink footed goose[barton flash],Brambling[barton island],Yellow Wagtail x3[tween].
Mon 1st May: Attenborough - Arctic Tern[main pond],LRP x4[tween],Shelduck x3[Tween],Brambling x6[old car park].
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