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ZEISS DTI thermal imaging cameras. For more discoveries at night, and during the day.

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    RSPB Middleton Lakes

    Cattle Egret Jubilee Wetlands at 9:00. Spotted Flycatcher Hedgerow along Wetland Trail. 23 Little Egret around site.
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    RSPB Middleton Lakes

    Lesser spotted woodpecker and willow tit along bridleway, ring-necked parakeet flew over = very nice!
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    RSPB Middleton Lakes

    Lesser spotted woodpecker and willow tit along bridleway, ring-necked parakeet flew over = very nice!
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    RSPB Middleton Lakes

    Lesser spotted woodpecker and willow tit along bridleway, ring-necked parakeet flew over = very nice!
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    RSPB Middleton Lakes

    Some sightings from today's WeBS: 2 redshank (1 North Pit, 1 Jubilee), 4 oystercatcher (2 North Pit, 2 Jubilee), 2 LRP, 4 common tern, 8 teal (North Pit), 14 Shoveler (7 North Pit, 7 Jubilee). Plus 2 cuckoo calling (1 Dosthill, 1 Bridleway), large skipper (Riverside), Painted Lady (Fisher's Mill...
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    RSPB Middleton Lakes

    Sightings today include a cuckoo calling from one of the trees along the bridleway, water rail in the silt pool reedbed, a redshank and a LRP on the wetlands and a buzzard, being mobbed by a raven, being mobbed by 2 jackdaws over the heronry.
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    RSPB Middleton Lakes

    Hi Sorry, they are just initials. I am not a doctor. Well not yet anyway;)
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    RSPB Middleton Lakes

    Very quick walk around the site. Kestrel hunting over the car park. Jay on the feeders. Meadow pipit at the North. Speckled wood, brimstone, peacock, comma, common blue around Wetlands. David
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    RSPB Middleton Lakes

    Please be aware that yesterdays rain has lead to some areas of flooding on site. The areas most affected are Canal Meadow and the path to the Lookout. The water level is slowly going down and as long as you walk slowly, wellies are sufficient. The rain has brought some nice birds down...
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    RSPB Middleton Lakes

    Nice to see 4 linnets up at the north this morning. David
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    RSPB Middleton Lakes

    This afternoon I saw 1 mealy and 6 lesser redpoll at the feeders + a water rail in the reeds. 2 snipe, 6 goosander, 2 oystercatcher, Med gull and 2 wheatear on the North. 2 redshank, LRP, 2 ringed plover on Jubilee. 2 swallows over the Play Meadow. 1 small tortoiseshell and a muntjac deer in the...
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