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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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Thought I'd put this news out quickly to give folk with a day off the chance to visit the area:

2 Green Sandpipers on Haydn's Pool (per Greg Baker, thanks)



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Some photos attached of the 2nd year / first winter Caspian Gull at Neumann's Flash on 2nd March. Difference when seen in bright sunlight as opposed to cloudier conditions was quite noticeable. A real patch rarity.

A video is also available @ https://youtu.be/HULmvHeWjsc

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13.00-14.30

Neumanns Flash

27 Wigeon, 20 Shovelers, 4 Shelducks, 1 Buzzard and 1 Bullfinch.

Ashtons Flash

86 Lapwings, 10 Snipe and 2 Common Gulls.

Haydn Pool

The pool itself appeared devoid of birdlife, although a nearby copse held 1 Bullfinch and 1 Nuthatch.

No sign of Peregrine or pigeons on the former ICI tower.

Dairyhouse Meadows

2 Buzzards and 1 overflying Little Egret.

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3 Ruff were on Neumann's Flash mid morning (per Greg Baker, thanks).



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News texted to me today:

Cetti's Warbler singing along Witton Brook near the confluence with Forge Stream am. (per V.Lundy, thanks)



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News texted to me this morning:

Yellow-legged Gull and 2 first-winter drake Scaup am (per Greg Baker, thanks).



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Approximately 31 Pink footed Goose over Haydn's Pool mid morning, heading west.

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Ashton's Flash : 1 Raven.

Neumanns Flash

The female Scaup is still here, but is the only diving duck on the flash. Lots of Wigeon and Teal though, plus 6 Shoveler, and 1 Shelduck.

3 Snipe and 20 Lapwings were also here. 6 Common Gulls were amongst the mass of Black Headed. An unusually high number of larger gulls was also here, mainly Lesser Black Back and Herring.

With them was 1 noticeably larger "Argentatus". Around the perimeter were 3f Goldcrests, and 2 Bullfinches, plus lots of Redwings and really impressive numbers of Blackbirds.

Haydn Pool

1 Buzzard, plus 1 Snipe that was flushed by the cattle.

Dairyhouse Meadow

7 Bullfinches. The former specially seeded area still attracts large numbers of Reed Buntings, Greenfinches and Chaffinches.





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Female Scaup still present together with an impressive number of 268 Wigeon.

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Text today to say that there was a 3rd year Yellow-legged Gull on Neumann's Flash with an influx of large gulls, also the female Scaup was still present. 246 Wigeon was a record count on here too and a Green Sandpiper was present. The female Stonechat was still on Ashton's Flash (per Greg Baker, thanks)



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Hi folks was meaning to post this a few days ago but have been too busy. Last time we walked around the flash at the recently wooden bridge that leads to the main road to lion salt works theres a dead buzzard caught up in a tree/undergrowth near to the bridge. I tried to retrieve it but with two toddlers under 3 was unable to. I suspect that it had been shot but without examining impossible to tell.

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Texted news for today:

Female Scaup still on Neumann's Flash + 3 Pintail, 153 Wigeon. Stonechat still on Ashton's Flash (per Greg Baker, thanks).



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News texted to me today:

Stonechat still Ashton's Flash, viewed from Bund by bench looking to left.

Female Scaup Neumman's Flash still + 63 Gadwall, Pintail, Little Grebe, Chiffcaff.

(all per Greg Baker, thanks)



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A few snippets passed on to me by patch-watchers smile

Ruff on Neumann's Flash (per D.Robinson, thanks) plus female Scaup, Pintail, Pochard, 2 Goldeneye, 56 Gadwall & 8 Fieldfares (per G.Baker, thanks).

Cetti's Warbler just downriver of Carden's Ferry Bridge (per G.Baker, thanks).



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Haydn's Pool late morning, 1 Green Sandpiper, an impressive 22 Snipe and distant Peregrine and Raven on Tata Complex buildings.

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This morning female Scaup & Chiffchaff at Neumann's Flash and Stonechat on Ashton's Flash still (first seen on Monday in the NW area, sorry forgot to post here about it). (all info per Greg Baker, thanks)



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morn/aft visit.

1 scaup, female
38 tufted duck
38 wigeon
24 gadwall
1 pintail
15 teal
16 shoveler
4 pochard
28 snipe
1 ruff
198 lapwing
1 golden plover
1 kestrel
5 jay
4 redpoll

haydns pool...

6 green sandpiper
2 snipe
4 lapwing
127 teal
4 meadow pipit
2 pied wagtail
2 peregrine falcon
1 buzzard





-- Edited by steven burke on Sunday 23rd of October 2016 08:27:51 PM

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Had a few texts this morning re the Neumann's Flash area:

4 Green Sandpipers Haydn's Pool at 8am (per Vernon Lundy)

2 Whooper Swans Neumann's Flash 10am (per Sheelagh Grimmett)

Little Stint Neumann's Flash + 2 Whooper Swans 1.20pm (per Greg Baker)

 

Many thanks to all smile



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The female Scaup is still frequenting Neumman's Flash this morning (info per Greg Baker, thanks).



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Female Scaup still present late morning together with five Pintail and a good assortment of other ducks including Teal, Wigeon, Gadwall, Shoveler, Tufted Duck, Mallard and Shelduck. No waders present other than Curlew, Lapwing and the odd Snipe.

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The female Scaup is still on Neumann's Flash today, and 78 Pink-footed Geese flew over SE. A Green Sandpiper, a Dunlin and 2 Pintail were also present (all per Greg Baker, thanks)



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With no joy from the bund earlier this morning I decided to scan for Spotted Crakes from the Scrapyard Hide and after an hour or so's wait eventually got three sightings between 10:30 and 11:00. The first view was best and confirmed the adult at least still to be present but on the other two views I couldn't see the bill well enough to be sure whether they were adult or juvenile. Views from here are distant (and you certainly need a 'scope) but at least you can see along the line of the reedbed that runs around the south edge of Mound Bay.

Also on Neumann's was a Scaup new in with an influx of Tufted Duck. At first I thought it must be a young male due to there apparently being no pale patch on the ear coverts, grey showing through on the mantle and some grey feathers seemingly coming through on the flanks (all this despite the obvious white forehead blaze) but better views later suggested it is actually an adult female, as confirmed by photo below.

Also present today 3 Pintail, 54 Wigeon, 63 Shoveler, 26 Gadwall, 29 Tufted Duck, 9 Little Grebes, now 12 Golden Plover, 2 male Ruff, 2 Grey Wagtail, just 1 Chiffchaff and a few Lesser Redpolls and Siskins back around the mound and the bund area.

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Much of my day was spent looking for the elusive Spotted Crake. For me, it remained precisely that. Most others were also out of luck. I did meet with one birder who had seen it from a distance and further into the southeast corner of the flash than where it was first seen. However, far from a wasted day. I saw:

Scaup
Peregrine
Ruff (1)
Curlew (c. 50)
Lapwing (200+)
Golden Plover (12)
Snipe (1 - although more were seen by others)
Grey Heron (1)
Common Gull (10)
Lesser Black-backed Gull (12)
Black-headed Gull (numerous)
Mallard
Wigeon
Shoveler
Tufted Duck
Teal
(I didn't count the ducks)
Mute Swan (15)
Dabchick (2)
Canada Goose (1)
Kingfisher (1)
Grey Wagtail (2)

And a bunch of other 'normal' things. My total species tally was 35.

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Thanks to the couple of guys who showed me where to find the Spotted Crake, it gave great views before disappearing back into the reeds.

To find this little gem, search the edge of the reedbeds in the SE corner. Also on Neumanns 30+ Wigeon, 19 Curlew, 23 Snipe, 1 Little Egret and a single Great Crested Grebe.

1 Sparrowhawk flew over the flash.

The water level on the Haydn Pool is very low, with just a pair of Gadwall and a few Teal on the water, whilst on the surrounding mud were 2 Lapwings, 2 Grey Wagtails and 10 Stock Doves.

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The Spotted Crake showed superbly well yesterday at 11.55am, stepping out of the reeds preening and bathing before moving around the corner out of sight. The 12 or so squeezed onto the little spit were well rewarded and left happy. And I only had to wait 20 minutes! /for a crake! Unheard of - especially after a whole 5 hours at Burton Mere Wetlands without reward smile

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With all the crake stuff going on yesterday, I almost forgot about the Great White Egret that Malc Curtin and I seemingly simultaneously found out in the middle of Neumann's Flash yesterday. Only the third patch record I believe and from plumage details looks to be the same winter plumaged adult that has been at Sandwich Flashes.

Some video posted on YouTube @ https://youtu.be/J20176hRypA

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Pete Antrobus first flagged the possibility and I agree there are 2 Spotted Crakes at Neumann's Flash currently - an adult and a juvenile. The juvenile was seen and photographed by Pete yesterday and I saw it again at 7 am this morning. I also think it was the first bird seen at the tip of the reedbed on the evening vigil today. The individual that showed well later is definitely an adult and shows a different bill colour, ear coverts and mantle from the juvenile.

Photo of the adult attached - compare with Pete's photo on from yesterday on the Marbury Patch Twitter feed.

I have also posted video of the adult seen today on YouTube @ https://youtu.be/Ef8_t0C-UXc

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For those that haven't heard & not to step on finders toes, but to get the news to the GMForum brethren quickly:

A Spotted Crake was found on Neuman's Flash yesterday evening and is still being seen from the Bund Hide this Morning. A Great White Egret (from Sandbach no doubt!) was also on Neumann's Flash (all direct info thanks to Greg Baker).



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As well as the record 17 Little Grebes on Neumann's (there was also another on Witton Brook) there were also exactly 100 Shoveler present this morning, probably another record. Other wildfowl numbers seem to be on the decrease with 34 Wigeon, c50 Teal and c15 Gadwall. A Pochard was still with a small flock of Tufties.

Over on Ashton's still 2 Ruff and a Dunlin with the Lapwing flock and 39 Snipe counted. 2 Green Sandpipers on Haydn's Pool.

Other sightings at the flashes included 15 Chiffchaff, a Goldcrest and a Coal Tit, both of the latter at Haydn's Pool, plus 2 Swallows over.

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Originally posted today by James Wood:

Haydn Pool

Went for a stroll this pm and spotted 2 Green Sandpipers at Hayden's. Neuman's very busy with lots on but nothing really exceptional. Nice Snipe, a few Wigeon, loads of Teal, Lapwing, Shoveler, Coot and one Little Grebe.

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A Whinchat was seen on Ashton's Flash this morning. Nearby on Neumann's Flash there was a Greenshank, Little Egret and a female Pintail (all per M.Taylor, thanks)

Additionally I have had notification that there will be a work party at Neumann's Flash this coming Sunday, 11th August. It starts at 9am and if all meet by the Bund Hide it will start from there (the hide between Neumman's & Ashton's). Please bring wellies (essential), tools will be provided. Everyone is welcome and this is a chance to make a difference. So rather than sit & post that it is too overgrown, why not do something about it wink Get down here on Sunday biggrin



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6.00-8.00pm ( Rain throughout)

Neumanns Flash

240+ Lapwings, 10 Snipe, 100+ Greylag Geese ( Including a white one) and 1 Little Grebe.

Ashtons Flash

32 Teal, and 1 Common Gull.

Haydn Pool

4 Green Sandpipers and 6 Lapwings. 1 Buzzard sat on the dove box.

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Ashtons Flash

Apart from Black Headed and a few Lesser Black Backed Gulls the only other bird seen here was a single Buzzard.

Neumanns Flash

1 Little Egret, 4 Little Grebes and surprisingly just 2 Lapwings. Canada Geese en-masse though, lots of Coot too with 2 tiny Coot chicks amongst the moulting Mallard on the small island.

Haydns Pool

6 Green Sandpipers, 1 Lapwing and a pair of Bullfinches.

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A juvenile Marsh Harrier was a nice find early this morning on Neumann's Flash. Initially seen a couple of times briefly flying and then dropping into cover in the south-west area near Stilt Island, it then seemed to be disturbed by a marauding Fox and was seen to leave over the west bank heading seemingly towards Haydn's Pool. No sign of it again however.

Also seen this morning, the Little Egret still on Neumann's and 6 Green Sandpipers on Haydn's Pool.

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Female Goosander on Neumann's Flash this morning at 7.05am. Ten Green Sandpipers on Haydn's Pool along with a juvenile Water Rail and two Common Snipe. (all per D.Hughston)



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A Glossy Ibis found on Neumann's this morning thankfully returned after doing a disappearing act on Ashton's and was then mobile between the two flashes until around 11.15 at least. Only the second ever patch record, the other (which I also saw!) was in October '92. Today's bird could possibly be the same individual recently seen at Hale.

A Little Egret was also still on Neumann's along with an adult and a juvenile Water Rail, also 3 Common Terns and a Kingfisher on Ashton's plus 3 Green Sandpipers - 1 on Ashton's and 2 on Haydn's Pool.

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late entry, early evening Thu 7th July

Ashtons Flash

6 Curlew and 24 Lapwings

Neumanns Flash

3 juvenile Great Crested Grebes plus 2 adults, 1 of which is brooding. A male Reed Bunting was still in full song.

27 Mute Swans, 130+ Coots (I don't normally count these, but I can't recall seeing this many on here before ) and 6 Grey Herons.

Haydn Pool

Still 4 full grown Black Headed Gull youngsters here, a family of Reed Buntings, 2 Lapwings and 6 Tufted Ducks.

Dairyhouse Meadows

4 Oystercatchers, a highly vocal group, they circled the site several times before flying off south.

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5.30-7.30pm (Mostly in the rain)

Ashton's Flash

6 Lapwings, 3 Curlew and 1 Buzzard.

Neumanns Flash

2 adult + 7 full grown young Shelduck. 1 pr Great Crested Grebes with 2 half grown young, 1 adult with 1 full grown young plus 1 full grown youngster on it's own.

Also an adult brooding with it's mate close by, and 1 adult on it's own. 1 pr of Little Grebes with 1 young, plus 1 juvenile on it's own.

1 Common Tern patrolling the middle of the flash, diving occasionally to catch small silver fish from near the surface. 2 newly fledged Black Headed Gulls were with adults

on the flash. One of these youngsters tried following the tern around, it attempted to dive and try to catch a fish like the expert, but it looked clumsy and eventually gave up.

Swifts, martins and swallows in profusion were fly-catching above the flash. An adult Fox was patrolling the shoreline.

Haydn Pool

12 full grown Black headed Gull youngsters were dotted around the pool. A pair of Oystercatchers were showing off their single half grown youngster.





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Ashton's Flash

25 Lapwings, 1 Buzzard and 1 Lesser Black Backed Gull.

A female Tufted Duck has a brood of 8 small ducklings, the youngsters are diving most of the time, a sensible idea, especially with a Lesser Black Backed Gull high above them.

Neumanns Flash

A Mute Swan family with 4 half grown cygnets, a brood of 8 small Shelduck youngsters with 2 adults, a brood of 6 small Tufted Ducklings, and 3 small Great Crested Grebes

being shown off by their parents. 1 other adult Great Crested Gull on the flash too, plus 4 Greylag Geese. Garden Warbler in full song by the path near the mound.

Haydn Pool

1 Snipe, 2 adult and 3 juvenile Little Grebes, 2 Oystercatchers, 1 Buzzard, 2m+1f Shoveler. 8 near full grown Black Headed Gull chicks.

2 Stock Doves were sat on their box for a while, until the Buzzard arrived to use the box as a lookout post. I'd be amazed if the doves manage to produce young from this box,

the Buzzard seems to spend as much time as they do perched on it.



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18.00-20.00

Ashtons Flash

2 Lesser Black Backed Gulls and 24 Lapwings.

Neumanns Flash

24 Mute Swans, 3 Great Crested Grebes (1 seemed to be carrying small young on it's back), 3 Grey Herons and 2 Greylag Geese (Which seemed nervous and gave the impression

that they had young hidden in the reeds). Lesser Whitethroat singing, but not showing near the mound. Mixed flock of 20+ Swifts and House Martins high above the flash.

2 Broods of Mallard, 1 with 5 near full grown young, the other with 8 thrush sized young. Willow Warbler, Blackcap (1), Chiffchaff and Common Whitethroat (2) still

in song around the flash.

Haydn Pool

1 Sedge Warbler carrying food, 2 Oystercatchers, 1 Buzzard (Sat on the dove box, and upsetting the gulls) and 1 adult Little Grebe feeding 1 youngster.

8 young Black Headed Gulls, most thrush sized, mainly gathered in small family groups on the water, none remain on the gravel island which is becoming overgrown with loosestrife.

Dairyhouse Meadows

1 Song Thrush in full song perched on a dead tree. 1 of several male Blackbirds in song on the overhead wires had extensive white patterning to his head.

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Ashton's Flash

7 Lesser Black Backed Gulls and 1 "Dark Phase" Buzzard.

Neumanns Flash

44 Mute Swans, 2 Tufted Ducks, 2 Great Crested Grebes, 12 Greylag Geese plus a pair with 2 goslings, 2 Lapwings, 2 Oystercatchers, 4 Grey Herons and 2 Bullfinches.

A Sedge Warbler was singing along the West side of the flash, but could not be seen from the path. Reed Warblers showing really well from the South side hide.

A Garden Warbler was in full song near the mound along the East bank, but the bird did not emerge from the hawthorn thicket.

One Mallard mum had 12 half grown ducklings in tow, whilst the other broods of Mallard, Coot and Moorhen on the flash, was a Coot family with 4 half grown young.

Haydn's Pool

The drake Gargeney was showing well from the main scree, he was fast asleep on the water and looks like he is starting to moult.

1 Peregrine was on the former ICI tower. 1 Green Woodpecker was seen flying across the bed, calling loudly.

1 pr of Oystercatchers. 1 Buzzard and 1 Great Spotted Woodpecker.



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A Little Egret was present around midday in the south west corner.

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Neumanns Flash

32 Mute Swans,16 Tufted Ducks and a pair of Great Crested Grebes.

Reed Buntings and Reed Warblers in full song in the reeds. A large flock of Swifts and House Martins passed over drifting North.

A Common Whitethroat and a Willow Warbler were in song on the mound. 6 Bullfinches were along the Marsden side, with 3 Swallows on the nearby wires.

Haydn Pool

A pair of Oystercatchers, 1 Buzzard and 2 Lapwings.

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5.30-6.45pm

Neumanns Flash

1 Great Crested Grebe, 6 Tufted Ducks, 4 Shoveler, 1 Lapwing, 1 Oystercatcher, 1 Goldcrest,6 Greylag Geese and 6 adult Lesser Black Backed Gulls.

1 Reed Warbler by the hide on the South bank. 3 Willow Warblers singing around the mound, and a male Blackcap here too.

Haydn Pool

Stock Dove doing an impressive display flight. Several Reed Warblers calling, with 1 bird showing well by the main screen.

2 Oystercatchers, and 1m Teal.

Cettis Warbler heard calling by Witton Brook, close to where the young sycamore sits close to the reeds on the South bank.

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At the flashes this morning, the Lesser Whitethroat again in the vicinity of Wincham Mound, a Grasshopper Warbler finally heard reeling behind Haydn's Pool and a Garden Warbler along the E side of Neumann's Flash.

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In addition to Greg's sightings below, both Cetti's Warblers were in song this morning, one a hundred yards upstream of Carden's Ferry Bridge with the other a couple of hundred yards downstream of it.

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As Mark mentioned, a Grasshopper Warbler was reeling on and off at the back of Haydn's Pool yesterday (2nd) although I never managed to hear it. Listening from the Tata hide paid off however with a Little Egret flying NW overhead. Over at Neumann's, the Lesser Whitethroat was still around Wincham Mound and a Whimbrel was hunkered down on Stilt Island, although it looks like the Goldeneye may have moved on. A single Garden Warbler was along the eastern footpath and a Swift was over the bund.

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Grasshopper Warbler reeling away continuously this morning at around 10.30 straight out from main hide at Haydn's Pool. This brings up the 10th warbler species this Spring on (Marbury) patch.

The Garganey pair were not on show and haven't been seen at Haydn's since, I think, Thursday last. Could possibly be well hidden still, somewhere nearby or just moved on.

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5.15-6.30 pm

Neumanns Flash

1 Kingfisher and 3 Shelduck. A large fox was patrolling the West side of the mere, whilst a couple of Moorhens watched very anxiously from the waterside.

A dozen Swallows and 3 Sand Martins flew low over the pool. 1m+1f Blackcaps showed well in the bushes close to the hide on the West side.

Ashton's Flash

5 Shoveler

Haydn Pool

2 Oystercatchers, a pair of Gadwall and 1 Little Grebe.

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