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Thanks for that Paul, yes I passed the Memorial Gardens, I remember pausing here as there was a Robin making the most unusual sound (Song Thrush-like). I'm going there again today but now I've got to find the hide! biggrin



Rob,

The Manchester Birding site article on Watergrove tells you where the hide is Watergrove Reservoir

See the Access section at the end of the article.
Access to the hide is along a path which runs west from the windsurfer's car park, on the west side of the club house. Follow the track from Trap Farm car park round the east side of the reservoir.

It will be open until about 7pm this evening but may not be open tomorrow until the evening, as I have to take my car into the garage for the second time in a week furious

I'll try my best to arrange for it to be opened on Monday for anyone who can't get up there today. I'll post on here hopefully later this evening.

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Great Grey Shrike still showing at 11:05.

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Paul Heaton wrote:

Rob, before you get to the sailing club, there is a memorial gardens on your right, in front of that by the water, are some trees it was perching on them, got a record shot on my i-phone, one of Steve Atkins mates Deon got some excellent shots on his camera, and you quite right two dog walkers were all we saw, spent four hours wandering around , just in the right time at the right moment, it flew from the direction of the nature res onto the trees, then into the memorial gardens, flew back to the waters edge, then over the trees to Little town Ruins.

A group of ramblers had it there about 12,50, when they were having their dinner.



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-- Edited by Paul Heaton on Sunday 6th of April 2014 09:52:00 AM






Thanks for that Paul, yes I passed the Memorial Gardens, I remember pausing here as there was a Robin making the most unusual sound (Song Thrush-like). I'm going there again today but now I've got to find the hide! biggrin

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It's not often you twitch three Simon's together in a flock biggrin With Simons Johnson and Warford. Simon Hitchen was just seen briefly in a fly past.

Just a tip for anyone going to see the Great Grey Shrike. It was showing really well to the north of the hide. Hovering at one point and showing off its white wing bars and when perched fanning its tail. View through the windows straight ahead as you walk through the door with the main pool to your right but was being mobbed by two male Blackbirds who dislodged it from its perch and then started fighting each other. However, it then disappeared from view for quite a while. We relocated it perched in a birch behind a willow bush which is out of view from the hide. So it's worth scanning the trees on the far side of the pool at the start of the path to the hide. The birch is at the top end of the pool on the left hand side when viewed from the path, but the shrike was moving around in the area.

63 (is that the correct number Simon J?) Herring Gulls were circling low over the plantations and drifted west over the valley, gaining height until they were well over the top of Brown Wardle and heading west, probably towards the coast. It's unusual to see this species here in such numbers. Probably brought down by the low cloud earlier this morning.

Redshank - 1
Oystercatcher - one pair seen and a probable third bird flew in and caused the pair to get very vocal
Chiffchaff - 1 singing
Willow Warbler - 1 singing
Goldcrest - 1 singing
Fieldfare - 40 + flying SW
several Lesser Redpoll calling and flying around.




-- Edited by Steve Atkins on Sunday 6th of April 2014 10:45:37 AM

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Great Grey Shrike showing well from the hide at 08:50 this morning, in a tree to the north,

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Rob, before you get to the sailing club, there is a memorial gardens on your right, in front of that by the water, are some trees it was perching on them, got a record shot on my i-phone, one of Steve Atkins mates Deon got some excellent shots on his camera, and you quite right two dog walkers were all we saw, spent four hours wandering around , just in the right time at the right moment, it flew from the direction of the nature res onto the trees, then into the memorial gardens, flew back to the waters edge, then over the trees to Little town Ruins.

A group of ramblers had it there about 12,50, when they were having their dinner.



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Paul, when you say the water's edge, was it en route of the suggested directions below? I hardly passed anyone except a couple of dog walkers.

2.15 - 4.45pm.
Nice to meet John Doherty again.

Started at the Res edge near the car park and worked my way round to the sailing club and then the Little Town ruins, then followed the path further up onto the moor, unfortunately no sign whatsoever of the Great Grey Shrike.
John had been there well before me and he dipped on the Shrike also. The closest we got was a Jay faffing about among the clumps of grass in the field.

No sign of the Goshawk, or any Ring Ousel's either! no

Plenty of Meadow Pipits, Pied Wagtails, a couple of Finch/Tit flocks...contained Goldfinch and Blue Tit, a couple of Buzzards and a Cormorant.

If the Shrike is still there tomorrow, I will try again!

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Great Grey Shrike showing very well at 15.30 perched in small tree by water edge. spent 4 hours there today, excellent tour round with Dino,

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Great Grey Shrike seen from the hide by Deon Meadowcroft and flew towardd Little Town again, at 11:50 today.

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Good to catch up with you again Steve. The escaped Goshawk was perched on a wall about half a mile north of the res at 6pm then dropped into the ravine and it still had loads of crows for company, as well as the 4 Ring Ouzels, there were 5 male Wheatears, Woodcock, Willow Warbler, Green Woodpecker, 75 Fieldfare, 15 Redwing and 4 Curlew overhead. No sign of the Shrike up to 7pm despite a thorough search of the whole area.

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Congratulations Alan on a fantastic find. I'm really glad that you went looking for those Brambling this morning. It's 15 years since Watergrove's first, and until today, only Great Grey Shrike appeared on 7th April 1999 and stayed until the 14th. Unfortunately, it looks like today's bird was just passing through.

It was great to see so many birders at Watergrove today and just goes to show what can be found here with better coverage. Well done Simon on finding the four Ring Ouzels. That's the best recorded spring passage here for this species since a certain Mr McKerchar stole tournament points off me with eight birds on 20th April 2007 furious

-- Edited by Steve Atkins on Friday 4th of April 2014 09:06:12 PM

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Escaped female Goshawk perched in hawthorns and at least 4 ring ouzel (2 males) scattered around the area just north west of the reservoir inlet at 5.10pm.


-- Edited by Simon Warford on Friday 4th of April 2014 09:18:09 PM

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Female Goshawk with Jessie's just flown north over the res mobbed by 15 crows also 2 male Ring Ouzels on west side above valley. No sign of Shrike.

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Probable willow warbler in opposite corner of paddock where I dipped shrike by 5-10 minsdisbelief

Greenish upper parts, white underparts lemon wash on side of breast pale legs


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No sign if the shrike since 12:15pm

Info thanks to Dave Ousey

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Quick Steve, get over there!





He's way ahead of you there wink

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Quick Steve, get over there!

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Great Grey Shrike still present at midday.

Follow the cobbled road from the windsurfers clubhouse past the ruins on your left (with is 'Little Town') and the bird is in the open field with isolated bushes just north of it. Please view only from the track.

Info thanks to Steve Atkins

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Great Grey Shrike at 10:20am; currently at Little Town. Take the cobbled road north from the yacht club and the bird is 50-100 yards further up.

Info thanks to Alan Nuttall

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A pair of Shoveler on the reservoir this evening, possibly the same birds seen by Dave Winnard at Ashworth Moor Reservoir yesterday.

20 Teal in the middle of the reservoir, so almost certainly migrants.

A Redshank landed on the inside of the dam and a Curlew was alarm calling over the moors then heard giving display call.

Monday 31st March

An interesting cross over of returning winter migrants and incoming spring birds

A minimum of 8 Brambling were in the plantations including a male seen at close range starting to moult into breeding plumage

100 Starlings landed in trees on the edge of the moor and then took flight. Probably migrants on their way back.

46 Fieldfare flew north
8 Siskins

2 Sand Martins over the reservoir
A Chiffchaff singing by the hide.





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Bright, warm and windy for my first site visit

Little to see:

Kestrel
Coal Tits
Loads of Meadow Pipits on higher ground.

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5 Wigeon (1 male) on the reservoir out from the dam at 13:00 hrs. The birds weren't here early this morning when an Oystercatcher was on the shoreline in front of the windsurfers' club house and 5 Snipe on the main pool by the hide.
Also this afternoon a Curlew was circling over the reservoir calling. The first of the year was heard yesterday calling over the moors.


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A pair of Goosander mating on the hide pool at dusk. Seems rather early and a bit cold for this type of activity biggrin
Also 8 Goosander on the reservoir at 16:30 hrs presumably going to roost overnight.

This morning 6 Bullfinches were feeding in a larch behind the generator and 5 Snipe were on the hide pool.




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A Bar-tailed Godwit in winter plumage was on the spit in front of the windsurfers' club house at 9 am. It gave excellent views before taking flight south just before 10 am. So it may be worth checking Kingsway Business Park. I'd actually hoped it was a Black-tailed Godwit, as I still need this species for my Watergrove list.

Alan Nuttall took some excellent photos of the bird which I'm looking forward to seeing.

A Dipper was seen last Sunday, a fairly unusual sighting here.

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A beautiful sunny morning with clear blue sky. 3 Crossbills flew north calling over Higher Slack Brook.
Other sightings:
10 Snipe and a Kingfisher on the pools by the hide
Teal - 6
Cormorant
Lapwing - 5
Song Thrush
The Fieldfare have all moved through with just one bird in the memorial garden
Goldcrest - 2
Bullfinch - 3
Lesser Redpoll

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13 Pink-footed Geese flew west at 18:10 hrs.


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Light north-easterly with occasional showers
4 f./imm Brambling gave excellent views down to 15M, perched in a rowan at the bottom of Ramsden Rd by the windsurfers' club house
Lapwing - 50 roosting on spit in front of club house
Snipe - 2
Teal - 2
Tufted Duck - 3
Great Crested Grebe
Cormorant
Sparrowhawk - female flew over flushing Lapwings
Kestrel
Stonechat - a male was hovering over the juncus to the south of Steward Barn. The first I've seen here this year.
Kingfisher - on pools by the hide
Fieldfare - two flocks of 18 and 40, the first of the autumn here
Redwing - 42
Grey Wagtail - 2
Lesser Redpoll - 11



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with Debs Wallace and Deon Meadowcroft

Shelduck - a pair with 2 juveniles flew in at at 12:40 hrs and departed SW at 12:55 hrs.
juv. Tufted Duck (remaining survivor from brood of 3 first seen in early Aug)
Teal - 4
Great Crested Grebe
Kestrel - 2 over East Hill repeatedly flushing a flock of 50+ Meadow Pipits
female Sparrowhawk
Lapwing- 36
Black-headed Gull -110
Lesser Redpoll - 8



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08:30 to 12:00 with Deon Meadowcroft
7 Snipe flew in and landed on the north shore line
14 Teal flew in and joined a single bird already down
50 Meadow Pipits flew south over Steward Barn in small flocks
A mixed flock of 40+ House Martins and Swallows flew north. The flight direction was probably due to Rochdale and Manchester (to the south) being shrouded in mist.
Siskin - 7
Kestrel

18:30 to 19:15 hrs
14 Wigeon on the resr mostly eclipse males showing white forewing whilst bathing
27 Teal swam out from the shoreline and joined the Wigeon
Lapwing - 53 roosting on spit in front of windsurfers' clubhouse




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A Ring Ouzel was heard calling in the NW corner of the reservoir (just to south of Kathray Wood) at approx. 10am. A brief flight view and then it disappeared. Deon Meadowcroft and I spent half an hour searching for it and eventually relocated the bird (a f./imm.) perched at the top of a larch with two Mistle Thrushes. We were watching from the bridleway to the north of Roads Farm.

Otherwise fairly quiet in misty conditions.
Lapwing - 24
Chiffchaff - 3
Goldcrest - 3
Great Spotted Woodpecker
Reed Bunting - 2
Meadow Pipits - quite a bit of movement but no large flocks

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19:00 hrs

A Green Sandpiper was heard calling high up over the reservoir but I was unable to locate it.

Yesterday morning a Spotted Flycatcher was hawking from the trees at the back of the windsurfers' car park.



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19:00 - 19:45 hrs
Greenshank were heard calling as I reached the south-east corner of the reservoir. Two birds were picked up in flight low over the water and landed on the north shore near the hide. Not particularly active they seemed to be just resting up. Still present at 19:45 hrs.

Also a female Tufted Duck on compensation lagoon with 3 ducklings just over a week old. Quite comical to watch them jumping into the air to gain sufficient momentum to dive under the water, then popping up above the surface. smile
I just hope they survive to fledging. Tufted Duck broods don't have a good track record here. Might have something to do with the large Pike lurking in the reservoir cry

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-- Edited by Steve Atkins on Thursday 8th of August 2013 08:59:06 PM

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08:30 - 09:30 hrs
A male Redstart in heavy moult was calling in the Tree for a Life garden on the east side of the resr. Seen well for several minutes as it flew on and off the fence by the wooden 5-bar gate on the north side of the garden.


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Late post from Thurs 25th July.

4 Crossbills flew across the bottom of Ramsden Rd by the windsurfers club house at approx. 18:30 hrs. They were picked up on call and I managed to briefly get onto 2 birds with my bins before they disappeared into the plantation. These were females. No further sign since.




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A Grasshopper Warbler was heard reeling from the Juncus to the north of Steward Barn at the same location as a couple of weeks ago, so clearly on territory.
3 Whitethroats singing - all on territory
Willow Warbler singing
Blackcap heard calling from plantations

Siskin heard calling over head in flight

Skylark carrying food (a late date) and one singing. Normally by now they have all left the moors. The start of breeding was delayed by the cold spring. Although the first birds returned in early Feb they left the moors during the cold snap in March.
Grey Partridge - seen well and calling along Higher Slack Brook
Wheatear - a single migrant. For the first time in many years there has been no sign of breeding here this year.

Pair of Great Crested Grebes roosting on the water, appear to have given up attempting to breed this year after several unsuccessful attempts. Each nest being left high and dry by the falling water levels. Still, looking on the bright side, the site is looking great for waders this autumn, providing we get some unsettled weather.

A solitary Lapwing on the hide spit


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I wasn't expecting to see any waders this evening as two people and a dog were on the main spit furious Clearly the numerous footpaths around the site aren't good enough for some folk.

Anyway as luck would have it, just as I was walking away from the hide six Whimbrel flew in low over the resr, called once and landed on the hide spit. They gave excellent views for about 10 minutes and then flew north calling. The largest ever flock recorded at Watergrove. The previous highest count was four birds on nearby Crook Moor on 4th May 2007.

The combination of low water levels and bad weather is certainly turning up the waders here this spring.

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Thanks for the reminder Steve! Yes, water levels are currently similar to what they were in May 2005 and the weather conditions yesterday were also the same (rain and strong winds). I live in hope that one day something of equal rarity to the Broad Billed Sandpiper will drop in. biggrin
Do birds remember anniversaries? Unfortunately, I'm working on the 21st, crybut I'm sure some kind soul will check out the site for me during the day!



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Steve Atkins wrote:

The wader fest continued this evening with an incredible variety of species for this site:





Two reports from Watergrove in one day confuse
Next Tuesday will of course be the anniversary of Watergrove's and Mr. Atkins' best ever bird smile

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The wader fest continued this evening with an incredible variety of species for this site:

Sanderling - initially roosting with its head tucked in became active and started feeding
Ringed Plover - 3
Dunlin - 3 in breeding plumage
Redshank - 6
Common sandpiper

The birds were initially on the spit in front of the windsurfer's club house and then flew to the hide spit. All still present at 19:15 hrs but no sign of the Turnstone.

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2 Turnstones at 9am feeding on hide spit (north shoreline) with 2 Common Sandpipers. The first seen here and in Rochdale borough since 2009. Still present at 10:15 hrs.

Also 50+ Swallows hawking low over resr in strong wind and rain.
Linnet - 3
Reed Bunting - pair
Lesser Redpoll
Willow Warbler - 4+ singing
Whitethroat - in song flight

2 Dunlin in breeding plumage were here on Mon 13th May.






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4 Crossbills, picked up initially on calls, circled low over the north end of the resr at approx. 10am and flew east. They may have dropped down into the plantations either side of Ramsden Rd running north from the windsurfers club house.

Also a Treecreeper in the willows along the path to the hide. Very rarely seen here except in autumn and winter.

18 Black-headed gulls. A few trying to snatch weed from a juv Coot as it surfaced from its dive. Adult Coot on hide pools.

9 Meadow Pipits flying south
A Siskin high up flying NW
Goldcrest -1
Bullfinch - 1
Kestrel -1
Great Crested Grebe - 3

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A pleasent afternoon wandering around the lake

Carrion Crow 7
Woodpigeon 2
Swallow 6
Robin 1
Great Crested Grebe 3 (2 Juvinile)
Blackbird 1
Magpie 2
Coot 3 (2 chicks)
Mallard 4
Canada Goose 60+ (It was great to watch these coming into land on the resovior which they finally managed to do despite the best efforts of the wind surfers to prevent them)
1 unidentified duck (Very dark possibly a solitary Scoter but to far away to be possitive)

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Nice find Steve, and your description of a ragged V formation, fits what I saw the other night on the bits and bobs section, blooming scoters of course!



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NOT on Audenshaw late afternoon at least Steve.

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22 Common Scoter still present at 19:00 hrs despite windsurfers having been out this afternoon and a police helicopter circling overhead this evening. Clearly these birds are not going to be intimidated by a windsurfer when they are used to dodging super tankers!

The flock of 104 seen this morning was a county record. The previous highest count was 80-90 at Castleshaw Resrs on 29th July 2005.





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Thanks for posting this Ian. An absolutely incredible sight! When I arrived at 08:25 hrs there were no birds on the resr apart from a couple of Mallard and the family party of Great Crested Grebes (2 well grown juvs and 2 adults). It started raining heavily and whilst sheltering in the hide I could make out a soft call which I didn't recognise and was struggling to identify where it was coming from. Suddenly a raft of Common Scoter swam into view and it became clear it was these birds that were calling. They were packed so closely together that it was difficult to count groups of 10 let alone individuals. I estimated 50+ initially but the birds were very excited and swimming backwards and forwards in the flock splashing water, so impossible to count accurately.

I then walked to the windsurfers club house to gain a better view when the flock took flight. Luckily Alan Nuttall had arrived and was able to count the Scoter as they circled the reservoir gaining height. An amazing 104 birds, most of which formed a ragged V formation and headed south at 09:10 hrs. A small group of 22 birds (21m & 1f) dropped back down onto the resr and were still present at 11.00 hrs.

Audenshaw Resrs lie due south of Watergrove so may be worth checking out.

An initial check of the database on records going back to 1985 shows this to be the largest flock of Common Scoter recorded in GM. Will check the county reports prior to 1985.

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104 Common Scoter present this morning, the majority of which flew off south at 09:10, leaving 22 left on the water.

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Eclipse male Pintail roosting on west pool next to the hide at 09:00 hrs. That's the one on the left as you go through the door

When it lifted it's head it gave very close views of its blue bill. However, it then swam under an overhanging willow on the far side of the pool and tucked it's head in making it far from obvious. Although sandwiched between 2 mallard.

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A Red Kite was seen by Eddie (sorry don't know your surname) at approx. 10.15 hrs soaring and heading south, skirting Brown Wardle (of Dotterel fame) to the west of Watergrove.

This was almost certainly the same bird seen at Hollingworth Lake at 11:00 hrs, although no plumage details have been made available. Although it was approaching from the south east (Longden End), half an hour is plenty of time for a Red kite to do a circuit of the area perhaps via the Piethorne Valley.

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Sun 6/5 16:00-20:00 sunny cloudy spells, cool e breeze

Walked up valley and along the crest of the western rim looking for dotterel - alas no sign but trial bikes, quad & two range rovers on the summit of last hill didn't help

Willow warblers c 8 singing males
Whitethroat MF singing/display chase
Curlew 1 h
Wheatear MMM singing
Green woodpecker h
Lesser redpoll c. 8 s/d
G c grebe
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