The Black Swan was still present and a blue phase Snow Goose and a few Mandarins completed the list of exotics. Also 7 Gadwall, c10 Teal, a drake Common Scoter, 20 GCGrebes, 2 Ospreys together from 1100, 3/4 Oystercatchers, 2 Ringed Plovers, 2 Dunlin, 5 Common Sands, 1 Snipe, 2 Curlew, 2 Common Terns, 37 BHGulls thru and a few LBBGulls. The Grasshopper Warbler was in the same area and after the first yesterday an arrival of Garden Warblers with at least five.
- 25/5/19 News
OGSTON RESERVOIR Yet another red letter day for this site with a Temminck’s Stint being found this morning-May 24th still present at 1.00.p.m. best viewed from The Oak Tree. This will be the 27th county record and the first since 2016. Also present a drake Garganey. On May 23rd an Osprey. WILLINGTON GRAVEL PITS A […]