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Old Wednesday 5th February 2014, 17:13   #51
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Have been down to the hide a couple of times in the last couple of weeks with wellies as a must.Wet in the car park and wetter as you carry on....a complete flood around the track to the Dragons pool.

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Now this is not a miss print but I saw some birds ON THE RESERVE.....

2 or maybe 3 G.S.Woodpeckers chasing around in the trees on the right.
Dunnock
Male Pheasant
Great Tit
Blue Tit
Crow
Jackdaw
Heard Raven
Canada geese
Morehen
Mallard
Wren
Long Tailed Tit
Blackbird
Robin
Bullfinch Male
Chaffinch
Wood Pigeon
Redwing/Fieldfare fly through
Buzzard

Whats going on........

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1.Robin
2.Male Woody
3 and 4 L.T.Tit
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Old Wednesday 5th February 2014, 19:08   #53
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...and the Wren...
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Old Monday 17th February 2014, 20:24   #54
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Plenty of work down on the Moor.....both on the walking areas and gates as well as the areas around the pool.
There is now a "beach " on two edges by the hide and I was hoping for all sorts come down and use them but only got a Robin and a Wren.....mind you the gale force winds were against it.
About 13 canada Geese and a few Moorhens braved the conditions though.
Wish I had called in on Sunday as all the work would have looked even better in the sun.
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Old Monday 3rd March 2014, 16:15   #55
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this morning Feckenham
2 mute swans 1st ring orange V79,2nd didn't catch ,one had quite a broad neck,2 coots,2 mallards,2 pheasant, Sparrowhawk being given a bad time by crows.
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Old Saturday 17th May 2014, 20:23   #57
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WEnt to see if any Sedge Warblers around the reeds by the old hide ...did see a lot of brown jobs (no bins) I did not connect with any Sedges.
carried on along the public path parallel with the bridlepath and it was teaming with life...Small Whites ,Orange tips, Brimstone ,Speckled wood,Peacock.....Beautiful Demoiselles and a surprise Muntjac in the wood beside the path.
As I left the wood there was a Stag Roe in the field.
Around the Dragon pond had Small Blue Damsels (no I.D.) a few Large Reds and 4 Spot and Female Broad Bodied Chasers.

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Old Saturday 17th May 2014, 20:24   #58
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and the insects.....
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Old Friday 30th May 2014, 21:48   #59
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Quiet at Feckenham today......A Baby Magpie looking lost on the roadway from car park....also Bullfinch,Song Thrush,Crows a few Tits.
Even quieter around the pool....so walked (waded) around to the Dragon pool and nothing there also......no sun being the problem.
Red Bunting in the field along the path back to the small hide - at least had a few Speckled Wood.a female Red Damsel and Beautiful Demoiselle.
Could hear Cuckoo to the left and right while in the hide and saw a few what think were Reed Warblers (no bins).
A Hornet flew in and out in seconds by the pond.

THe Ragged Robin was looking good by the sodden track to the dragon pool and some thistles are coming out.

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Business as usual at Feckenham...NOWT interesting birdwise but the Insects are doing O.K.
4 spot Chasers
Black Tailed Skimmers
Emperors
Damsels
Ruddy Darter

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1..Damsels spraying semen.
2...Mr Emperor
3...4 Spot
4...Black Tailed Skimmer
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And also...

1..Mrs Emperor ovipositing...
2...Skipper..
3..Baby Moorhen.
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Finally after all the years of visiting Feckenham I have got it..........there is always an issue with parking/access to the site and the Trust have been confusing the matter (in my eyes) by stating No Parking then when you get there it says you can park.
We all know there was some "trouble" a few years ago when Kingfishers caused mayhem with people filling up the lane and the trust said not to park there as they might be liable to repair bills......

I visited the other day and as I parked there was a trust Land Rover there with a chap called James who told me not to park in lane as there was a new No Parking sign on the entrance....I pointed out the notice in the hide and he said he would remove it......he had not later. He explained that the lane is PRIVATE and only the trust can use it for maintenance only ......I now had it.....

SO EVERYONE - DO NOT DRIVE CARS DOWN THE LANE - PARKING IN THE CAR PARK IS NOT THE ISSUE AS YOU ARE NOT ALLOWED TO BE THERE.

Please park elsewhere...there is free parking in the centre of the village.....but god help them if a mega turned up here....I know..not likely.

Anyway I met young Jude there ...he is outstanding at wildlife and in particular birds......hope he keeps it up through his life.
He spotted and I.D'd this Sparrowhawk as soon as it swooped down over the side of hide before going up and around the pool then into the woods.......anyone know what it had caught ???

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1.Sparrowhawk with catch
2.Male Ruddy Darter
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By the size of the Nr 12 foot dangling down, may I suggest a baby Moorhen/Coot.
Not really onto foot I.D.
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Finally after all the years of visiting Feckenham I have got it..........there is always an issue with parking/access to the site and the Trust have been confusing the matter (in my eyes) by stating No Parking then when you get there it says you can park.
We all know there was some "trouble" a few years ago when Kingfishers caused mayhem with people filling up the lane and the trust said not to park there as they might be liable to repair bills......

I visited the other day and as I parked there was a trust Land Rover there with a chap called James who told me not to park in lane as there was a new No Parking sign on the entrance....I pointed out the notice in the hide and he said he would remove it......he had not later. He explained that the lane is PRIVATE and only the trust can use it for maintenance only ......I now had it.....

SO EVERYONE - DO NOT DRIVE CARS DOWN THE LANE - PARKING IN THE CAR PARK IS NOT THE ISSUE AS YOU ARE NOT ALLOWED TO BE THERE.

Please park elsewhere...there is free parking in the centre of the village.....but god help them if a mega turned up here....I know..not likely.

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In all fairness Keith the Trust's website does make it explicit that parking is in the village only: http://www.worcswildlifetrust.co.uk/...ham-wylde-moor
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Thanks Dick-E-Dipper ....Thats what we thought but we did not see it take anything like that (not that there are any young at Feckenham),Think it might have come from out of the trees to the right and did not see any commotion.
As it got about when I took the snap it was mobbed by some unknown birds but no Moorhen/coot looked alarmed.

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In all fairness Keith the Trust's website does make it explicit that parking is in the village only: http://www.worcswildlifetrust.co.uk/...ham-wylde-moor
Sorry Phil only just spotted the reply..........yes i know that but there are signs in the hide that contradict it.....I have put a sign up asking for them to take down the WRONG sign.

Anyway I dragged my pensioners bad back ALL the way from the village yesterday and as per usual not a lot around except the insects.

Lots of the big dragons and a few Hornets....looked for Hairstreaks but not sure if right time.
Had a flypast from a Jay in the distance and saw it had an Acorn in its beak...Autumns here now...he he.
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Saturday around midday......
2 Kestrel
Buzzard
2 Male Teal
20 Long Tailed Tits
few Wrens
Starlings (flyover)
Thrushes ?? (flyover)
Loads of Jackdaw and Crows.
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A few Fieldfare in the lane the last few weeks.....this one was protecting the berries in the car park.
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Yeah......does not like coming close.....the light does not really get on the close perches anyway...she knows when people are in the hide and even flies away when she spots you when she is only 1/2 way up the pool.

Theres a Water Rail around but as usual it likes hiding. Just remembered I got a snap of it the other day...have to try and sort it out.
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Just got around to sorting out the Water Rail snaps from before xmas.....it wanted to cross from the island to below the hide but knew I was in the hide and was scared.It got 1/2 way and doubled back ...went along the front of island then around to the landing deck and crossed there.
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Just got around to sorting out the Water Rail snaps from before xmas.....it wanted to cross from the island to below the hide but knew I was in the hide and was scared.It got 1/2 way and doubled back ...went along the front of island then around to the landing deck and crossed there.
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Thanks John....I call him Julies Rail as she spotted him years ago .....its my 1st one here.
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