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Neumann's Flash


09.45-12.00

Neumanns Flash : 1 Green Woodpecker, 50 Black tailed Godwits (Flew around the flash several times then disappeared),

1 Buzzard, 12 Great Crested Grebes, 6 Shoveler and 1 Redshank. No sign of the Garganey.

Garden Warbler singing and showing well near the mound. Cettis Warbler singing in NE corner of the flash.

Haydn Pool : 1 Greenshank, 1 Water Rail and 1 Black tailed Godwit.

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A White-winged Black Tern was found on Neumann's Flash this morning by visiting birder, John Kirkland, who was looking for the Garganey. Unfortunately it disappeared  before any local patchers arrived..... but....... see Marbury CP Thread!



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Neumanns Flash : No sign of Garganey.

12 Great Crested Grebes (inc. a pair displaying), 4 Shoveler, 9 Gadwall, 1 Sparrowhawk and 1 Raven.

Cettis Warbler calling by the wooden bridge on the path across to Dairy House Meadow.

Haydn Pool : 90 Black tailed Godwits and a pair of Reed Warblers that were showing well in front the main hide/screen.

Along the path from Marbury Lane onto Dairy House Meadow a Garden Warbler was singing and showing well.

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Yesterday pm; good scope views of the drake Garganey as it swam about in front of Stilt Island.  Viewed for 40 minutes, from the hide east of the island.

Paul Thompson having first spotted the bird flying in.



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Sorry off here due to back injury stopping me sitting at pc. Yesterdays highlights included 2 Wood Sandpipers on Neumann's Falsh plus a drake Garganey. The latter still being present today. A showy Garden Warbler is in the Witton Mill car park and 88 Black-tailed Godwits are on Haydn's Pool. (all from patch grapevine)

 



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After a pleasant morning spent today at Focalpoint Optics open day with David Aldred and Keith Mills. We all 3 arrived at Neumann's Flash at 1.45pm. and left at 4.00pm. 25 Species seen and heard including:

  • Willow Warblers 2
  • Gadwall 3
  • singing Garden Warbler 1
  • Shelduck 2 
  • Little Grebes 2
  • Teal 1
  • Garganey 1
  • Grey Herons 2
  • Oystercatcher 1

Also had an interesting chat with a local birder who contributes to Manchester Birding, but ask not to be named.



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Two Lesser Whitethroat on adjacent Dairy House Meadows, one singing away loudly. Two, if not three, Common Whitethroat also present. A minimum of ten Reed Warbler by the River Weaver/Witton Brook on way back to the Anderton Boat Lift area along with two Cettis Warbler. Several Blackcap and Chiffchaff around with two or three Willow Warbler.

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17.00-18.30

Neumanns Flash :4 Great Crested Grebes, 2 Buzzards, 1 Kestrel, 2 Shelducks and a single Swallow.

2 male Reed Buntings were squabbling by Pods Hide. All the Shoveler appear to have gone now.

A Cettis Warbler gave an explosive burst of song by the bridge with the ornate railings on Marbury Lane.

Nearby a Chiffchaff was moving around with a Goldcrest for company. Everywhere the Goldcrest went, the Chiffchaff followed too.

Haydn Pool : 8 Gadwall and 2 Stock Doves.


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08.45-10.30

Neumanns Flash :

On the mound, 3 singing Willow Warblers trying to out sing each other, and another one in full song in birches nearby.

On the flash were 1m Pochard, 12 Shoveler, 6 Great Credted Grebes and 27 Tufted Ducks.

Oddly no Little Grebes were seen, and all the Teal appeared to have left.

A Reed Warbler was calling from the reeds near Pods hide.

Water covers the path leading to Pods hide so wellies are needed.

Ashtons Flash : 1m Stonechat, 6 Lapwings and 4 Shoveler.

Haydn Pool : 2 Buzzards, 4 Blackcaps, 6 Chiffchaffs, 4 Bullfinches and 4 Gadwall.





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17.45-19.45

Neumanns Flash : Good numbers of duck were on the water, amongst them 24 Shoveler, 14 Shelducks and 11 Gadwall.

A single Great Crested Grebe flew in, a single Curlew flew over whilst at sunset a Buzzard and a female Kestrel hunted along the banking.

Haydn Pool : 16 Teal and 2 Shelducks.

A Tawny Owl was calling at the point where the path onto Dairyhouse Meadows leaves Marbury Lane.

A few small flocks of around 30 Starlings appeared over Neumanns as I was leaving, but no sign of a large murmuration.

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09.30-11.20

Neumanns was 70% frozen, and held very few ducks, just a few Tufted Ducks and Mallards, plus 6 Shelducks.

A Buzzard flushed 2 Snipe from the reeds. 3 Bullfinches were near the mound.

Surprisingly, despite the ice, 2 Stonechats (m+f) were on Ashtons Flash, just in front of the bench, whilst a noisy pair of Ravens flew over.

8 Fieldfares were on the field between Witton Brook and Marbury Lane.

A Goldcrest was clearly struggling in the cold, it came to within a foot of me as it searched for morsels on the ornate iron bridge over

the brook near the Haydn Pool.

On the Haydn Pool, which was 98% frozen, a Buzzard was being closely watched by a pair of Stock Doves, a Snipe showed briefly,

another pair of highly vocal Ravens flew over and Sparrowhawk made a lightning pass over the reedbed.

3 more Stock Doves, a Kestrel and another Buzzard were on Dairyhouse Meadows.



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13.00-14.30

1 adult Yellow Legged Gull with a group of Lesser Black Backs. 1 Common Gull amongst the Black Headed throng.

124 Wigeon (Down from 200+ seen before Christmas), 44 Shoveler, 10 Shelducks, 8 Gadwall and 12 Tufted Ducks.

Lots of Teal were on the flash, with many tucked into the reeds, but I could only find 8 Mallard, which seems odd.

Ashton's Flash just looked bleak and lifeless. A pair of Teal were the only birds on the Haydn Pool.

A flock of 40 Redwings flew over Neumanns heading South.

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10.30-13.30

There are still 200+ Wigeon here, which is amazing, masses of Teal on the flash too.

Also 10 Snipe circled the flash and could not find anywhere to settle, the water level being very high.

Eventually they gave up, and flew off towards the River Weaver. A Great Tit was in full song and Woodpigeons doing display flights.

Also on the flash were 2 drake Pochards, whilst a Sparrowhawk flew over, mobbed by 2 crows.

2 Buzzards sat close together on top of birches on Ashtons Flash, and there was a noticeable difference in size between them.

The Haydn Pool held a few Teal, plus a Cettis Warbler that gave great views as it flitted amongst the base of cut reeds.





-- Edited by John Williams on Saturday 23rd of December 2017 09:24:10 PM

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Thanks very much. That gives us somewhere to try next time.
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Janet Taylor wrote:

We were there today at dusk, and saw huge flocks of starlings flying over in the general direction of Budworth Mere. Anyone know where they are roosting?

 


 One of the main roost sites is Coward Reedbed at Marbury CP. The last report on our grapevine said that they flew almost straight into roost without much of a murmuration flight at all, hope this helps smile



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Janet Taylor wrote:

We were there today at dusk, and saw huge flocks of starlings flying over in the general direction of Budworth Mere. Anyone know where they are roosting?

 


 One of the main roost sites is Coward Reedbed at Marbury CP. The last report on our grapevine said that they flew almost straight into roost without much of a murmuration flight at all, hope this helps smile



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We were there today at dusk, and saw huge flocks of starlings flying over in the general direction of Budworth Mere. Anyone know where they are roosting?

 



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First ever visit here late this afternoon. Highlights were 200 plus wigeon on Neumans - good count for inland site. Thousands of starlings in separate flocks flying into roost at dusk were incredible.

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10.15-12.00

Very murky morning with only half the flash visible from Pods Hide, so I did'nt attempt to count any waterfowl, except for 5 Shelducks.

There were however lots of Wigeon, Gadwall, Shoveler and Teal on water. The highlight though was a Cettis Warbler near Pods Hide.

The bird gave great views as it flitted around the area of cut reeds by the hide. Then later it showed well in the birches that line the path to the hide.

On Ashtons Flash the only bird visible was a single Buzzard, as for the Haydn Pool, that appeared quite lifeless.

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10.30-13.00 & 15.45-16.00

An amazing 230 Wigeon were on the flash, most had just flown in as I arrived.

Also on the water were 56 Shoveler, 26 Gadwall, 18 Tufted Ducks, 2 Little Grebes and 1 Great Crested Grebe.

1 Buzzard flew over. Around 3.45pm huge numbers of Starlings performed an aerial ballet over the flash, before flying over to roost on Dairyhouse Meadows.

Then two shots were heard, and the mass of Starlings reappeared back over Neumanns, they started to settle in the reedbed as I was leaving.

A Sparrowhawk zoomed through a group of Starlings, but did not manage to catch one.

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10.00-13.30

Neumanns Flash : 1m Blackcap, 1 Little Egret, 33 Lapwings, 17 Common Gulls, 26 Shoveler, 14 Gadwall, 2 Wigeon, 1 Great Crested Grebe and 1 Song Thrush.

Ashtons Flash : 22 Lapwings.

Haydn Pool : 1 Snipe and 30 Teal.

Dairyhouse Meadows : 1 Buzzard and 3 Reed Buntings.

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A juvenile Black Tern was found yesterday (Fri 6th) on Neumann's Flash and is still present this morning. A Water Rail is also showing well this am.



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10.30-12.00

In addition to Mark's list : 1 Kingfisher on Neumanns, 1 Buzzard on Ashtons, whilst the Haydn Pool held 12 Teal and no waders.



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Two hours from 9.25 this morning in fine and fairly pleasant weather, albeit cool to start with. Full count :-

Little Grebe (2)
Great crested Grebe (1)
Mute Swan (7)
Wigeon (11)
Gadwall (18)
Teal (39)
Mallard (5)
Shoveler (32)
Tufted Duck (7)
Moorhen (13)
Coot (47)
Lapwing (251)
Snipe (13)
Redshank (1)
Black-headed Gull (30)
Common Gull (2)
Woodpigeon (1)
Green Woodpecker (1)
Chiffchaff (1)
Reed Bunting (1)

A Hobby was seen on nearby Ashton's Flash by another birder.

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Went down for an hour and a half this morning from 9.30 in dull and drizzly conditions. Amongst others :-

Great crested Grebe (1)
Mute Swan (6)
Canada Goose (1)
Wigeon (c.40)
Gadwall
Teal
Shoveler
Pochard (2)
Tufted Duck (c.6)
Shelduck (10)
Water Rail (2)
Lapwing (c.200)

Couldn't reliably count some of the waterfowl that, as viewed from Pod's Hide, were over on the far, northern side in the murk.

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Neumanns Flash 11.30-14.30

10 Wigeon, 8 Shovelers, 4 Little Grebes, 1 Common Gull, 1 Buzzard and 210 Lapwings.

1 Common Gull and 8 Lesser Black Backs amongst the large gathering of Black Headed Gulls.

Ashtons Flash is still completely dry, and largely birdless.

Haydn Pool : 1 Buzzard and a dozen Teal.

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15.00-19.00

Neumanns Flash : 28 Curlew, 5 Black Tailed Godwits, 4 Snipe, 2 Buzzards, 1 Little Egret and 440 Lapwings.

A huge gathering of Canada and Greylag Geese dominated the flash, and included a white Greylag with a grey head.

A small group of Swallows and House Martins flew high above the flash.

Haydn Pool : 1 Wood Sandpiper*, 2 Green Sandpipers, 1 Redshank and 1 Sparrowhawk.

* I initially logged this bird as a Green Sandpiper, as at the time I considered it a juvenile, it was clearly different from the other two and showed a noticeable supercillium. The birds yellow legs were very noticeable, as was it's different gait, and it was more speckled across the upper wings and saddle. However the bird mingled with the 2 Green Sandpipers, it raised it's wings on just one occasion showing a white rump. The bird did'nt seem as lanky and elegant as the Wood Sandpiper on Little Woolden Moss in the spring though. However on viewing online videos, and checking my trusty "Macmillan" guide at home, the bird that fits the description spot-on is a juvenile Wood Sandpiper. If anyone is visiting the Haydn Pool tomorrow please have a look for this little fellow.

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11.00-14.30

Neumanns Flash

41 Curlew, 305 Lapwings, 1 Peregrine, 1 Buzzard, 4 Swifts, 1 Little Grebe and 2 Grey Herons.

Haydn Pool

6 Green Sandpipers and a family group of 4 Chiffchaffs.

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Neumanns Flash :

1 Curlew, 1 Common Sandpiper, 1 Little Ringed Plover, 1 Little Egret, 430 Lapwings, 6 Little Grebes, 2 Grey Herons, 3 Buzzards and 1 Cormorant.

2 "Argentatus" Herring Gulls were in the gull roost, as were 4 Common Gulls.

The edgy Lapwings flushed numerous times, once at least due to a low flying Buzzard, they also fled when an heron landed amongst them.

However, on one occasion when they flushed I discovered a couple of Carrion Crows on the shoreline, one of which was vigorously plucking a Black Headed Gull.

I'd scanned this area of shore a few minutes before and certainly had'nt seen a freshly dead gull.

I also noticed that when one of the crows wandered towards the Lapwings, they panicked and fled. At this point all the gulls had sought safety on the water.

Either the crows had killed the Black Headed Gull, perhaps it was a sick bird, or they had chased another predator off the kill.

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11.30-15.30

Neumanns Flash :

2 Little Egrets, 1 Little Ringed Plover, 2 Grey Herons, 170+ Lapwings, 1 Green Woodpecker, 1 Buzzard, 1ad+1juv Great Crested Grebes and 2 "Alba" Wagtails.

Swifts, Sand Martins, House Martins and Swallows were feeding above the flash, with House Martins being by far the most numerous. Haydn Pool :

1 Green Sandpiper, 1 Snipe, 1 Lapwing, 1 Raven and 1 Buzzard.



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Two hours from 2.15pm in heavy showers, thunder and lightning. Black-tailed Godwit (4), Curlew (23), Little Egret (2), Water Rail (Ad & Juv), Green Woodpecker, Buzzard plus usual waterfowl.

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A couple of hours from 10am. Amongst others, Black-tailed Godwit (8), Common Sandpiper (1), Little Ringed Plover (1), Little Egret (1) & Sparrowhawk (1).

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7 Black-tailed Godwit

1 Green Woodpecker yaffling

1 Little Egret

plus usuals this am



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Three hours from 8.50am in heavy rain. Of note, Green Sandpiper (1), Dunlin (1) and a single Common Tern that passed through at around 11am.

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One hour visit from 9am. Little Ringed Plover (9), Black-tailed Godwit (4) and Green Sandpiper (5) of note.

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Mid afternoon, Avocet (3), Black-tailed Godwit (c.100) and Green Sandpiper (2).

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Neumanns Flash (11.00-13.30)

2 Black Tailed Godwits. 112 Lapwings, 4 Grey Herons and 2 Great Crested Grebes (No sign of youngsters seen on the 11th).

6 adult Common Gulls were amongst the mass of Black Headed and Lesser Black Backed.

Haydn Pool

2 Green Sandpipers, 2 Lapwings, 1 Buzzard and a pair of "Alba" Wagtails.

(6 Green Sandpipers were reported earlier in the morning, I struggled to find 2 as the water level as risen quite a lot since my last visit on the 11th.)

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A family of Green Woodpecker was present this morning around Ashton's Flash. Both flashes otherwise quiet. Nine Green Sandpiper were noted at Haydn's Pool mid afternoon with a Kingfisher at one of the nearby pools on Dairy House Meadow.

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13.00-16.00

Neumanns Flash

1 adult Yellow Legged Herring Gull with 30+ Lesser Black Back Gulls, 2 Little Ringed Plovers, 2 adult + 2 juvenile Great Crested Grebes,

1 juvenile Shelduck and 38 Lapwings.

Haydn Pool

4 Green Sandpipers and 2 Lapwings.

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Neumanns Flash (18.00-20.00)

36 Mute Swans, 1pr Great Crested Grebes with 3 young, 4 Lapwings, 3m Teal, 1m Shoveler, 4 Linnets and 3 Grey Herons.

30+ Swifts overhead and a flock of around 180 Starlings headed North at 8pm. Lots of Mallard and Gadwall starting to moult.

1 Great Spotted Woodpecker was being chased by an irate Blackbird.

Ashtons Flash

8 Lapwings were busy chasing off crows.

Haydn Pool

Very little water left on here now. 1 Lapwing shared the small pool with a few Black Headed Gulls and 4 Gadwall.




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Whilst on nearby Budworth Mere, this morning, watching a single Arctic Tern move through, I received a text re 14 Black Tern at Neumann's Flash. They were still around when I arrived, so thanks for the heads up Malc and Greg. The birds circled the Flash a few times, high up and were great to watch. At times they stayed in a tight group, bathing in the water and/or feeding very close to the surface. Nice views through the bins but always a little too distant for decent photos. Two record photographs attached. With easterlies still forecast for tomorrow, together with the good numbers of terns around country wise, hopefully more will be seen.

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Green Woodpecker and Cetti's Warbler this morning near Carden's Ferry Bridge. Little Ringed Plover and Whimbrel (17) this evening on Ashton's Flash.

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A great find on Ashton's Flash this morning by Dave Hughston - A male Whinchat. I went down in the morning and watched it in a dispute with a Willow Warbler on a clump of brambles. A very nice local bird to add to Wood Warbler  (see Northwich Area thread) this week smile



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18.00-20.00

Neumanns Flash

13 Shoveler, 10 Gadwall, 2 Little Grebes, 3 Great Crested Grebes, 1 Curlew, 1 Lapwing, 1 Shelduck and 3 Oystercatchers.

Ashtons Flash

2 Whimbrel, 1 Curlew, 2 Redshanks, 2 Lapwings and a singing male Reed Bunting.

Haydn Pool

(The water level as risen creating 2 islands again, with a pair of Black Headed Gulls and a single Oystercatcher checking out nesting areas).

Also here, 8 Teal and 1 Buzzard.

Chiffchaffs very evident throughout the site, Willow Warblers less so, with just 3 in song, although several more were seen.

There appears to have been a fall of Phylloscopus warblers, every few yards there was one flitting through a bush feasting on insects.

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Haydn Pool
AM drizzley

3 Green Sandpipers very active
5+ Snipe
1 Water Rail

Reed Warbler singing deep in reeds

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Witton Brook proved productive this morning with two Kingfisher sightings (possibly the same bird), five Reed Warbler in song as was a noisy Cetti's Warbler just downstream of Cardens Ferry Bridge. The latter was showing well, initially crossing the River Weaver, then moving down towards the bridge and giving further bursts of song from there. Two Green Sandpiper were at Haydn's Pool together with a pair of Oystercatcher, a few Teal, Snipe, Stock Dove and Buzzard. Had a walk through Dairy House Meadow and drew a blank on Whitethroat which was seen yesterday. All quiet as well at the Flash with no Mediterranean Gulls on show nor (as expected) Whimbrel which was in last night for roost.

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Couldn't find the mediterranean gulls this morning. Still 4 green sandpipers on Haydn's Pool together with 2 redshanks, 2 oystercatchers, 2 lapwings, 2 shelducks and 1 snipe.



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Two Mediterranean Gulls been on Neumann's all am. 4 Green Sandpipers on Haydn's Pool. Reed Warbler Witton Brook. Common Whitethroat Dairyhouse Meadows. (all from patch grapevine)



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17.30-20.00

Neumanns Flash

2prs Great Crested Grebes, 2prs Little Grebes, 10 Sand Martins, 1 Buzzard and 1 singing Willow Warbler.

The water level seems too high to attract passing waders at present.

Ashtons Flash

6 Lapwings and 40+ Black Headed Gulls.

Haydn Pool

4 Green Sandpipers, 2 Redshanks, 1 Buzzard, 2 Stock Doves, 2 Greylag Geese, 1 highly vocal Green Woodpecker, 3 Ravens and 2 Shelduck.

The water level appears to be too low to attract the usual breeding Black Headed Gulls, but good for passing waders.

In woods by Marbury Lane were 1 singing Blackcap and a pair of Nuthatches.

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Early this afternoon still one Green Sandpiper on Haydn's Pool (per S.Grimmett, thanks )



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As of 10.55am there are 3 Green Sandpipers on Haydn's Pool (per Greg Baker, thanks)



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