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Forum: Worcestershire Today, 09:35
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Posted By Phil Andrews
3+ Jack Snipe at the Moors Pool on the promentary...

3+ Jack Snipe at the Moors Pool on the promentary from the East Hide as per Jared T.
Forum: Worcestershire Yesterday, 21:10
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Posted By Phil Andrews
Tonight's gull roost at the Flashes included the...

Tonight's gull roost at the Flashes included the second winter Caspian Gull again plus 2 adult Yellow-legged Gulls and w Common Gulls as per Andy Warr.
Forum: Worcestershire Yesterday, 11:37
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Posted By Phil Andrews
I have had a further return on ringed...

I have had a further return on ringed Black-headed Gull sporting yellow leg ring T81U noted by Mike W at the Flashes on the 12th October 2019.

This bird was ringed in the nest at Truskaw, just a few...
Forum: Worcestershire Yesterday, 10:14
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Posted By Phil Andrews
At the Flashes this morning Phil W reports: 1...

At the Flashes this morning Phil W reports:

1 Avocet, 12 Curlew, 3 Snipe, 26 Lapwing, 64 Teal, 20 Shoveler, lots of Meadow Pipits

Phil also reports the Jack Snipe again at the Moors Pool.
Forum: Worcestershire Yesterday, 06:15
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Posted By Phil Andrews
I have now had a return on the ringed...

I have now had a return on the ringed Black-headed Gull sporting white leg ring TCP7 noted by Mike W on the 22nd August 2019.

The bird was ringed as a nestling on the 20th May 2019 at Zwirownia near...
Forum: Worcestershire Yesterday, 05:54
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Posted By Phil Andrews
Just gone half way through October and the...

Just gone half way through October and the monthly list presently stands on 89 species; a little bit of work still required to reach the average October total of 95.33 species.

Potential additions...
Forum: Worcestershire Wednesday 16th October 2019, 21:10
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Posted By Phil Andrews
What time did the dark gull come in the last two...

What time did the dark gull come in the last two nights?
Forum: Worcestershire Wednesday 16th October 2019, 20:29
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Posted By Phil Andrews
At the Flashes yesterday evening JTB...

At the Flashes yesterday evening JTB reported:

Teal 95, Shoveler 35+, Gadwall 5, Coot 54, Water Rail 3 (including a juvenile), Curlew 8, Dunlin, Avocet, Green Sandpiper, Snipe, Lapwing 60,...
Forum: Worcestershire Wednesday 16th October 2019, 20:21
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Posted By Phil Andrews
From the Moors Pool yesterday morning JTB...

From the Moors Pool yesterday morning JTB reported:

Little Grebe 7, Shoveler 15, Teal 12, Gadwall 16, Tufted Duck 30+, Pochard, Coot 40, Water Rail 3 calling, Snipe 35, Curlew. Lapwing 50, Grey...
Forum: Worcestershire Wednesday 16th October 2019, 10:33
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Posted By Phil Andrews
From the Moors Pool this morning Des reports: 12...

From the Moors Pool this morning Des reports:

12 Snipe, 4 Curlew, 65 Lapwing, first winter Common Gull, 2 Pochard, 8 Gadwall, 18 Teal, Grey Wagtail
Forum: Worcestershire Wednesday 16th October 2019, 10:32
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Posted By Phil Andrews
From the Flashes this morning Andy P...

From the Flashes this morning Andy P reports:

Second winter Common Gull, 9 Curlew, Avocet, Snipe, Green Sandpiper, 20 Lapwing, 82 Teal, 65 Shoveler, 8 Gadwall
Forum: Worcestershire Tuesday 15th October 2019, 11:36
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Posted By Phil Andrews
Steve Whitehouse advises there were 3,500...

Steve Whitehouse advises there were 3,500 Black-headed Gulls in Sunday night's roost.
Forum: Worcestershire Tuesday 15th October 2019, 06:30
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Posted By Phil Andrews
Yesterday afternoon's count of 27 Gadwall across...

Yesterday afternoon's count of 27 Gadwall across the reserve - 17 at the Moors Pool and 10 at the Flashes - is a new record for the reserve, exceeding the previous high of 22 that was achieved on a...
Forum: Worcestershire Tuesday 15th October 2019, 06:03
Replies: 38,894
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Posted By Phil Andrews
Yesterday's combined sightings from myself, Andy...

Yesterday's combined sightings from myself, Andy P, Phil W and the roost watchers (Steve W, Gavin P and Andy W):

MOORS POOL
Jack Snipe from the East Hide on the promentary, 40 Common Snipe, c120...
Forum: Worcestershire Monday 14th October 2019, 06:53
Replies: 38,894
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Posted By Phil Andrews
Redhead Goosander at the North Moors last Monday...

Redhead Goosander at the North Moors last Monday (7th) as per the hide log-book (via JTB)
Forum: Worcestershire Monday 14th October 2019, 04:09
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Posted By Phil Andrews
The results of yesterday's WeBS count courtesy of...

The results of yesterday's WeBS count courtesy of Dave J:

Avocet 1, Black-tailed Godwit 1, Canada Goose 100+, Coot 90, Cormorant 8, Curlew 10, Dunlin 1, Gadwall 21, Great Crested Grebe 3, Grey Heron...
Forum: Worcestershire Sunday 13th October 2019, 19:20
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Posted By Phil Andrews
Second winter Caspian Gull again in the roost at...

Second winter Caspian Gull again in the roost at the Flashes from c6pm as per Steve Whitehouse; also 2 Yellow-legged Gulls and the probable Baltic Gull again.
Forum: West Midlands Sunday 13th October 2019, 14:49
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Posted By Phil Andrews
Still present today

Still present today
Forum: Worcestershire Sunday 13th October 2019, 11:32
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Posted By Phil Andrews
At the Moors Pool late morning Dave J...

At the Moors Pool late morning Dave J reports:

First winter Common Gull, Redpoll, Nuthatch, Coal Tit, Skylark, 9 Snipe, 16 Gadwall, Blackcap, Chiffchaff
Forum: Worcestershire Sunday 13th October 2019, 08:11
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Posted By Phil Andrews
Black-tailed Godwit just flown through the...

Black-tailed Godwit just flown through the Flashes towards the Moors Pool as per Dave J.
Forum: Worcestershire Sunday 13th October 2019, 08:07
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Posted By Phil Andrews
From a wet Flashes this morning Dave J...

From a wet Flashes this morning Dave J reports:

Avocet, Dunlin, 10 Curlew, 2 Snipe, adult Yellow-legged Gull, first winter Common Gull, 2400+ Black-headed Gull, most large gulls left in darkness but...
Forum: Worcestershire Sunday 13th October 2019, 05:42
Replies: 38,894
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Posted By Phil Andrews
Fuller details of Mike and John's session at the...

Fuller details of Mike and John's session at the Flashes yesterday evening as follows:

Teal 80, Shoveler 72, Coot 52, Water Rail, Curlew 12, Avocet, Dunlin, Lapwing 85, Green Sandpiper,...
Forum: Worcestershire Saturday 12th October 2019, 16:37
Replies: 38,894
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Posted By Phil Andrews
Thanks Sarah - hopefully someone is on site to...

Thanks Sarah - hopefully someone is on site to confirm if they have dropped in.
Forum: Worcestershire Saturday 12th October 2019, 08:00
Replies: 38,894
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Posted By Phil Andrews
Avocet STILL at the Flashes this morning as per...

Avocet STILL at the Flashes this morning as per Tim

Also the long-staying Dunlin, 11 Curlew and 2 Swallows flew south as per Lloyd.
Forum: Worcestershire Friday 11th October 2019, 20:01
Replies: 38,894
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Posted By Phil Andrews
Barn Owl again this evening at the Flashes from...

Barn Owl again this evening at the Flashes from 6:30pm as per Andy P.
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