Despite the blue sky, just three members were enticed from the comfort of their homes to enjoy a crisp and sunny morning at the reserve. Lopping, raking and burning went on around the brook without a break until 1pm, when it was reluctantly conceded that the task was not going to be finished until energy levels had been replenished. So we departed for lunch, safe in the knowledge that we had tried our best, and that no one had fallen into either the brook or the fire.
- Thurs 7 January 2021
2 young Mute Swans, 39 Gadwall, 8 Wigeon, 15 Tufteds, fem Pochard, 2 Goldeneye, 29…
- Wed 6 January 2021
Pinkfoot with the Greylags, 6 Mandarins, 50 Gadwall, 7 Wigeon, 3 Goldeneye, 36 Goosanders roosted,…
- Tues 5 January 2021
3 Mandarins on Milltown Inlet with others heard behind the west bank at dusk, a…
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