The weather forecast for the Peak District is pretty dire over the weekend with strong winds and the possibility of heavy rain. Of all the trips we undertake, this one is the most at risk from adverse weather but in previous years, it has always been at least OK. Sadly, not on this occasion. If you know anyone who might have wished to go but hasn’t got access to emails, we’d be grateful if you would let them know.
- 21 March 2019
5 Gadwall, 8 Tufteds, 7 Goldeneye, 2 Goosander, 4 Oystercatchers, 2 different Red Kites at 1000 and 1700, 8 Sand Martins, 2 Bramblings.
- 20 March 2019
3 Mandarins, 11 Gadwall, 5 Tufteds, 6 Goldeneye, Little Egret, 6 Buzzards, 3 Sparrowhawks, 4 Oystercatchers, Redshank, 4 Curlews, Raven, 5 singing Chiffchaffs.
- news 13/3/19
Thanks to Rod Key for the following:- OGSTON RESERVOIR A near adult Glaucous Gull roosted on Mar 2/5th . Up to 4 different Iceland Gulls- an adult, a 2nd winter and 2 1st winters-used the roost here from Mar 2-12th along with 2 different Caspian Gulls, 3 different Yellow Legged Gulls and the adult Viking” […]