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Sunday, 12 April 2015

12th Apr 2015

There were two Common Sandpipers this morning reported by Mike Pollard. Both were still present a bit later in the morning but were very wary and flew around a lot. A Willow Warbler was singing from the car park but was the only one I heard so the others must have moved on. There were four Great Crested Grebes today so some fresh arrivals and a single Little Ringed Plover was present still. At least ten each of Swallow and Sand Martin were feeding high over the reservoir with the odd one dropping to feed over the cattle fields.

Brown-lipped Snail. Courtesy and copyright of Dave Fuller

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