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Walk from Arley village to Hollies farm (Antrobus) and back.

6 Yellowhammers (inc 1 singing), 1 Linnet, 3 Reed Buntings, 4 Common Whitethroats (inc 2 singing), 1 Buzzard. 1 Great Spotted Woodpecker and 2 Ravens.

Lots of House Martins, plus a few Swallows and Swifts were fly catching over the fields of wheat and barley. A flock of 16 Lapwings heading N.East.

Parkmoss Wood

1 Willow Warbler hovering and fly catching, 2 singing Chiffchaffs, a family of 4 Song Thrushes, 1 Kestrel and a single Red Admiral butterfly.

-- Edited by John Williams on Saturday 1st of July 2017 07:18:39 PM

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A walk from the walker's car park near the hall produced 100's of Fieldfares and Redwings in several flocks, but the highlight was a Green Sandpiper on a stream along Lodge Lane, near Crowley Lodge

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