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Tuesday, 17 February 2015

17th Feb 2015: Goosanders

There were four Goosander (two drakes) present at the reservoir today (per Mike Pollard and Graeme Porter).

Mike also noted Cormorant in full breeding plumage, two singing Song Thrush, yaffling Green Woodpecker, two Kestrels, more activity in the Rookery and two small flocks of Long-tailed Tits with lots of Goldcrests accompanying them There was no sign of the Willow Tit or Chiffchaffs again though.

Update: the Willow Tit (Graham Soden and John Fordham) and a Common Chiffchaff (Graham) were present in the wood on Tuesday. 

Courtesy and copyright of Mike Pollard
Courtesy and copyright of Mike Pollard
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