Despite dire weather warnings the work party proceeded as planned, with only one significant shower as we were about to leave the site. As a result all of the ‘hay’ meadow and the paths were successfully cleared of cuttings. Due to the previous day’s rain this proved to be quite heavy work and occupied the five attendees for most of the morning, with only a short period of time left for a brief search for wildlife (reported separately). The hoped for bonfire has been left for another occasion.
- Thursday 23rd June
Kingfisher, Common Tern, 3 Oystercatcher, single Mute Swan
- Wednesday 22nd June
Snipe, Skylark, Common Tern, 270 Greylag Geese, Little Owl, Reed Warbler, 50 Canada Geese
- Tuesday 21st June
Kingfisher, Great Black-backed Gull, Reed Warbler, Common Gull, 2 Curlew, Sedge Warbler, Willow Warbler
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