The ramp to the main hide was made safer by covering some of the exposed timber with wire mesh.
The path and steps to the Alders Wood hide were massively improved but please note that parts of the path are still slippery. In addition, emerging willow was cut down from in front of the hide. In the same area but courtesy of Severn Trent, a swanky new gate has been installed so there’s no longer any danger of it falling on top of you.
Keen gull watchers will now get a pretty much unobstructed view of the roost from the road along the west bank after a lot of willow was cleared.
Many thanks to the nine members who took part.
- 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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