News 10/5/19

OGSTON RESERVOIR   On May 8th a Knot which was still present on May 9th, 2 Common Scoter, 9 Common Terns, 10 Whimbrel and 17 Dunlin. On May 9th 2 Black Terns, 12 Arctic Terns, 4 Common Terns, 84 Dunlin, 31 Ringed Plover, a Greenshank and 2 Whimbrel.

CARSINGTON WATER   3 Black Terns, 25 Arctic Terns, and 2 Bar Tailed Godwits on May 9th. On May 10th a Little Tern flew  through, 2 Black Tens, 3 Bar Tailed Godwits, 2 Whimbrel, single Ringed Plover and Dunlin, a White Wagtail, 2 Yellow Wagtails and an imm. Yellow Legged Gull.

WYVER LANE DWT RESERVE   A Knot on May 8th with an Arctic Tern and 3 Black Terns on May 9th .

CARR VALE DWT RESERVE  11 Arctic Terns flew through on May 9th.

HIGHBRIDGE GRAVEL PITS   2 Black Terns, a Greenshank, a Dunlin and a Ringed Plover on May 9th.

WILLINGTON GRAVEL PITS   2 Black Terns on May 9th.

CHURCH WILNE RESERVOIR   7 Black Terns on Mya 9th with 2 on May 10th. Please note this site is still completely private. View only from a distance on the Railway Bridge at Old Sawley. By the side of the M1 motorway

STAUNTON HAROLD RESERVOIR   2 Black Terns and an Arctic Tern on May 8th.

LONG EATON GRAVEL PITS   2 Black Terns and 2 Sanderling on May 8th.

ASTON-ON-TRENT GRAVEL PITS   On May 9th only 2 Dunlin, a Little Ringed Plover, 3 Shelduck and a Shoveler. Poor fare compared with elsewhere!!!!!

 

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