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Old Friday 11th August 2017, 14:08   #34176
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9 Blackwits at the Moors Pool on the Island Pool
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Old Friday 11th August 2017, 20:46   #34177
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Friday 11th August 1400-1800

MOORS POOL
9 Black-tailed Godwit, 2 Lapwing, 2 Shoveler, 6 Gadwall, 26 Tufted Duck, 1 GC Grebe, Little Grebe - an explosion of numbers with 26 adults / fledged juveniles + 3 chicks (including a tight knot of 10 in the lee of one of the islands), c80 Coot, 13 Moorhen, Water Rail, 1 Grey Heron, 3 Cormorant, 31 Greylag Geese, c30 Canada Geese, 12 Mute Swan, 6 Common Tern (4 adults + 2 juveniles), 2 LBB Gull, Jay, GS Woodpecker, c10 Swift, c100 hirundines (all 3 species), Buzzard, Sparrowhawk, juvenile Cetti's Warbler calling along east track.

SAILING POOL
4 GC Grebe, 1 Tufted Duck, c75 Canada Geese, 2 Moorhen, 6 Coot, Goldcrest in trees on southern shore

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Juvenile Wood Sandpiper (mainly keeping to the far side of the second Flash), 4 Green Sand, 4 Common Sand, 8 Avocet (2 adults + 6 juveniles), 16 Curlew, 11 Black-tailed Godwit (this morning's two birds plus the nine from the Moors Pool), c110 Lapwing, 25 Teal, 3 Gadwall, 3 Shoveler, 26 Moorhen, 16 Coot, 1 Little Grebe on third Flash, 10 Canada Geese, 2 Grey Heron, 3 LBB Gull, Herring Gull, juvenile Common Tern, 2 Raven, Buzzard, Goldcrest.

The crop field is now being cut to the north east of the Flashes - once in this condition this usually attracts large numbers of duck and geese early morning and then pigeons, doves, corvids and Starlings throughout the day.

Has anyone seen any Marbled White this year?

With JTB currently on holiday the early morning shift tomorrow is vacant if someone wants to be a hero
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MOORS POOL
9 Black-tailed Godwit, 2 Lapwing, 2 Shoveler, 6 Gadwall, 26 Tufted Duck, 1 GC Grebe, Little Grebe - an explosion of numbers with 26 adults / fledged juveniles + 3 chicks (including a tight knot of 10 in the lee of one of the islands), c80 Coot, 13 Moorhen, Water Rail, 1 Grey Heron, 3 Cormorant, 31 Greylag Geese, c30 Canada Geese, 12 Mute Swan, 6 Common Tern (4 adults + 2 juveniles), 2 LBB Gull, Jay, GS Woodpecker, c10 Swift, c100 hirundines (all 3 species), Buzzard, Sparrowhawk, juvenile Cetti's Warbler calling along east track.

SAILING POOL
4 GC Grebe, 1 Tufted Duck, c75 Canada Geese, 2 Moorhen, 6 Coot, Goldcrest in trees on southern shore

FLASHES
Juvenile Wood Sandpiper (mainly keeping to the far side of the second Flash), 4 Green Sand, 4 Common Sand, 8 Avocet (2 adults + 6 juveniles), 16 Curlew, 11 Black-tailed Godwit (this morning's two birds plus the nine from the Moors Pool), c110 Lapwing, 25 Teal, 3 Gadwall, 3 Shoveler, 26 Moorhen, 16 Coot, 1 Little Grebe on third Flash, 10 Canada Geese, 2 Grey Heron, 3 LBB Gull, Herring Gull, juvenile Common Tern, 2 Raven, Buzzard, Goldcrest.

Has anyone seen any Marbled White this year?

With JTB currently on holiday the early morning shift tomorrow is vacant if someone wants to be a hero
Marbled White has been seen at the Flashes and Ed Res at least.

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Wood Sandpiper

In light of the lingering bird at the Flashes, a number of people have asked me what the record stay of a Wood Sandpiper is at Upton Warren - the answer is actually quite surprising:

1) 54 days (11th August to 3rd October 1976)
2) 44 days (14th August to 26th September 1965; up to 6 birds present *)
3) 37 days (13th July to 18th August 1985)
4) 32 days (23rd August to 24th September 1968; up to 3 birds *)
5) 20 days (4th to 23rd August 1966; up to 2 birds *)
6) 19 days (2nd to 20th August 1980; up to 3 birds *)
7) 17 days (1st to 17th September 1983)
8) 16 days (5th to 20th August 1980)
=9) 15 days (9th to 23rd May 1965 - 1 or 2 birds *)
=9) 15 days (21st August to 4 September 1971 - up to 3 birds *)
11) 11 days (1st to 11th August 2017)

Unsurprisingly birds on return passage dominate to the top places; it would be great to return to the days of the late 1960s when multiple birds lingered throughout the autumn.

* Unfortunately those records highlighted in itallics aren't detailed enough to determine in these prolonged stays whether one bird could have potential been present throughout the whole period; need to "call Bill Oddie ...."
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Little Grebe

After a series of very poor years in the Noughties it is good to see that Little Grebe have made a marked and sustained comeback to the reserve with 27 adults / fledged young present yesterday (and a further 3+ young still to fledge).

The record count for the reserve is 38 birds seen on the Sailing Pool (at that time still a gravel pit as a result of the motorway construction) on the 18th August 1959. Other notable counts include 37 birds (mostly juveniles) in August 1995, 32 on the 21st August 1967 and 30 on the 18th August 1960 and again on the 16th August 2015. A. J. Martin’s article on Upton Warren in the Birmingham Bird Club’s 1943 report commented that up to 35 birds occurred between 1939 and 1943
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Even in the early 70's we took that Little Grebes were a fixture everywhere. ..glad they are making s comeback.
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Wood Sand still at the Flashes as per Matt S. Also one juvenile Blackwit just dropped in.
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Wood Sand still at the Flashes as per Matt S. Also one juvenile Blackwit just dropped in.
Dave J additionally reports at the Flashes:

7 Avocet (2 adults + 5 juveniles), 2 Green Sandpiper, 4 Common Sandpiper
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Dave J updates from the Moors Pool:

Green Sandpiper, 3 Common Sandpipers, 2 Willow Warbler, Coal Tit
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Just a reminder that the West Midlands Autumn All-Day Birdwatch is taking place on SATURDAY 2ND SEPTEMBER.

As Upton Warren was the instigator of this event, there is reserve pride at stake as we go up against the likes of Belvide, Middleton Lakes, Sandwell Valley, Marsh Lane, Venus Pool, Grimley etc; hopefully more and more sites will get involved.

The usual bacon butties and cake will be on offer during the day along with the typical mix of hardcore birding and socialising. Not sure we will be able to match the heady heights of the totals achieved during the Spring event but its always a good day.

I am sure Mike will post his usual contribution of some day total statistics and a tick list closer to the date.
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At the Flashes this morning Dave J reports:

Wood Sandpiper, Black-tailed Godwit, 8 Avocet, 3 Green Sandpiper, Common Sandpiper, 15 Curlew, juvenile Redstart, Willow Warbler, 2 Lesser Whitethroat, 2 Shoveler, 21 Teal, 3 Peregrine.
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Flashes update from Dave J:

2 Black-tailed Godwits, 3 Little Egrets, 2 Common Sandpipers, 2 Yellow Wagtail south over the Hen Pool.
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Dave J has had a further 6 Blackwits over the Sailing Pool
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From the Moors Pool Dave J reports:

26 Little Grebe, 12 Mute Swan, 10 Mistle Thrush, Willow Warbler

Full WeBS count to follow.
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Full WeBS counts from Dave J:

Avocet 8, Black-tailed Godwit 8, Canada Goose 111, Common Sand 1, Coot 91, Cormorant 10, Curlew 15, Gadwall 10, Great Crested Grebe 3, Green Sand 3, Grey Heron 2, Greylag Goose 25, Kingfisher 3, Lapwing 125, Little Egret 3, Little Grebe 26, Mallard 208, Moorhen 40+, Mute Swan 12, Shoveler 5, Teal 22, Tufted Duck 33, Water Rail 4+, BH Gull 130, Herring Gull 2, LBB Gull 13, Common Tern 6
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From the Flashes this morning Andy A reports:

1 Green Sand, 2 Common Sand, 1 Wood Sand, 2 Blackwits, just 1 Avocet, 136 Lapwing

Andy P has a further 3 Blackwits at the Moors Pool
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Further update from today...

Flashes 0700-1030

Avocet (1 adult, 1 juv)
Blackwit (briefly 2 at 0700-0715)
Common Sand (2)
Common Tern (2 + 1 juv)
Egyptian Goose (1 on stubble field...presumably relocated to moors)
Green Sand (2)
Lesser Whitethroat (2)
Linnet (6)
Little Grebe (1 on 3rd flash)
Rook (c30 on stubble field)
Shoveler (1)
Starling (c250)
Teal (28)
Wood Sand (1)

Moors 1100-1330

Blackcap (1)
Gadwall (2)
Goldcrest (1)
GC Grebe (3 on SP)
Green Woodpecker (1)
House Martin (c50)
Sand Martin (c30)
Swift (c50)
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Work party TUESDAY

Tomorrow we will be clearing islands in Amy's Marsh. This is in front of the East hide at the Moors.. disturbance will be high in the morning

The area has completely overgrown and we are now in the middle of wader passage time so the work needs to be done asap.
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Wood sand still with 2 Black-wits (Flashes)
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Greenshank and 3 Blackwits at the Moors Pool prior to the work party as per JTB
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Some of today's pictures

The first three pictures were taken from the East Hide at The Moors, before the work party began.
The Greenshank was taken at The Flashes this afternoon.
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Work party today-Moors

A great turnout today considering its not yet the 'official' season. THANKS to all 14.
Bob O. Bobby P. Bob R. Jim B. John C. Julie W. Keith M. Kim W. Paul M. Peter E. Roger S. Terry W. Tony B and me.
And welcome to Julie and Kim W. And a special thanks to Julie wjo soent a good few hours cleaning out the East Hide. She also cleaned the windows. Could I make an appeal to all visitors, please take all your rubbish home. This includes water bottles, coffee cups as well as sweet rappers etc. It would be a shame for all Julie's effort to be in vain.

Today we cleared thick, overgrown vegetation from three of the main islands in Amy's Marsh.
This included strimming Pool island. Hand pulling annuals from the main shingle island and finally digging out flag iris from snipe island.
All the vegetation was led into the water to provide good or dabbling duck and loading platforms.
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Birding today at Reserve

Moors: Before the work blackwit, green sand and greenshank were on Amy's and several swifts moved south. After the work I spent a good 30 minutes counting and aging the little grebes. In the scrubby areas chiffchaff dominated but few other warblers were in evidence. At times hirundines appeared mostly during cloudy periods.

Species count MOORS:
Little grebe 36 (20 ads + 16 juvs), shoveler 3, gadwall 4, teal, tufted c15 ads +20 ch/juvs. greylag 25, canadas c200, mute swan 12, water rail,
greenshank, black T godwit 3, green sand, lapwing 15, common tern 5 (1 juv),
swift 25+, green woodp, great sp woodp, swallow, sand martin 15, house martin 45, chiffchaffs 12, blackcap 2, cetti's juv calling,

FLASHES: Teal 28, shoveler 7 juvs (2 broods), gadwall, Black wit 3, avocet 2 (ad + juv), Wood sand, green sand 3, common sand 2, lapwing 160, curlew 16, buzzard 2, stock dove 85, rook 6, jackdaw 120+, starling 4, linnet 3,
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Little grebe 36 (20 ads + 16 juvs), shoveler 3, gadwall 4, teal, tufted c15 ads +20 ch/juvs. greylag 25, canadas c200, mute swan 12, water rail,
greenshank, black T godwit 3, green sand, lapwing 15, common tern 5 (1 juv),
swift 25+, green woodp, great sp woodp, swallow, sand martin 15, house martin 45, chiffchaffs 12, blackcap 2, cetti's juv calling,
Were all the juvenile Little Grebe fledged birds?
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no phil 50% were,
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