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Old Saturday 11th April 2015, 22:27   #651
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Nice one Trevor...is it best to look from the back fields....
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Old Sunday 12th April 2015, 07:15   #652
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Good views from the dam yesterday evening c.6.15. As I was at BGCC at the time news was put out it seemed rude not to go.
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5 Common Sandpiper on shore below dam at Upper.....also big flock of Martin/Swallows.
Last nights roosting Osprey flew left (from dam) and over hedge into North
fields at 8.15...eating the remains of last nights fish that it found down the back of the settee. Took flight north with a posse of Corvids harassing it.
Also lots of Pied Wagtail...2/3 GSWoodpecker...Green Woodpecker...Sparrowhawk and Raven landed in field behind Dam either with a duck Egg or investigating one in the grass.

1.Spot Ossie in north field
2.Spot Ossie in north field close up.
3-4. Chased by Corvids
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1.Raven and Egg
2.Mixed flock (OOF)
3.Grey Lags
4. Some of the Sandpiper.
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Little Owls

Connected with 2 pairs of Little Owls last night -in their usual trees around the lanes behind Wast Hills area.
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Connected with 2 pairs of Little Owls last night -in their usual trees around the lanes behind Wast Hills area.
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Spent all Saturday " doing the rounds" of the local spots...many of them multiple visits.......not much joy really but great day none the less.......

1...one of 2 pairs of Little Owls
2...one of the other pair
3...Chiffy
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Quick pop in at Lower @ midday......a few nice Blackcap Males around Bridlepath corner.
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Lower.....same corner as yesterdays Blackcaps I had a Stock Dove inspecting the old rotting tree stump with all the holes in......after a nest ???

In the field with all the S***...sorry silage (stinky) while looking up the hedge for Yellowhammer I almost trod on a Skylark which took off in full song - pity I never herd a note though. It had 2 options - into the sun or not...it chose the wrong one...damn.
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Whinchat in North fields feeding on ground loosely associating with 4 Wheatears 2m2f.
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Lower.....same corner as yesterdays Blackcaps I had a Stock Dove inspecting the old rotting tree stump with all the holes in......after a nest ???

In the field with all the S***...sorry silage (stinky) while looking up the hedge for Yellowhammer I almost trod on a Skylark which took off in full song - pity I never herd a note though. It had 2 options - into the sun or not...it chose the wrong one...damn.
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Causeway Repairs

They are finally repairing the collapsed causeway at Lower Bittell so it will mean lack of access to the one side of road.
They have pulled the plug out over the weekend and the water level is going down ready for a retaining wall to be built.

Had a few Male Yellowhammer and a party of Reed Buntings on the hedge in teh cereal fields on the corner.

Swans have 6 young this year.
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Its gonna be a big wall I think......

Is this what they call a "Wooly Bear" - a Tiger Moth caterpillar.
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Upper Bittell...last night ....While waiting for a Common Tern to get off one of the sailing buoys and have a fly around another one shot over my shoulder from Lower ....with a fish......it flew straight at the one on the buoy and then I lost it.......anyone know if they are breeding here or was it just normal behavior.
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First visit to Bittell for a while and was surprised to see the road blocked and fencing but it quickly became apparant as to its purpose. A chat with the security guard and he said another 14 weeks which seems a long time but hopefully the work will coincide with some return wader passage.

Quiet, as expected, plenty of Buzzards in the air as was one or two aircraft turning up for the Cosford Air Show including a Canberra, a fast jet in the clouds and a Yank Catalina flying boat.

A pair of Common Terns were fishing on Upper and flying down to Lower with the fish so i presume there is a nest somewhere? The Bee Orchids on the cut have now increased to 20+ flowering spikes and were nearly all out. They are adjacent to the new fishing pool which was crammed full of fishermen and people think birding is a nerdy hobby!

Always a pleasant walk didn't bump into anybody else.

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A few more - Wild Rose and beetle, a deer trying to get thru the fence and some saddo's...

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LAURIE....it looks like they are putting a new car park in as well as repairing the road - and with the hedge not getting its seasonal cutting its a bit hard to see a anything.
I had a Common Tern bringing a fish UP to Upper so not sure what they are up to.
Theres always loads of Starling,Swallow,House Sparrow,Goldfinch and the odd Greenfinch at the top of the road where the footpath crosses.
Will have to check out the Orchids...dont get onto the canal too often.
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Probably not a new car park as it looks like they are putting piles in as a new causeway.........bet the rawlplugs are HUGE.......
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Little Ringed Plover on new exposed shoreline at Lower. Hope they keep the level low as the returning migrants start to filter through.
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LOWER....Common Sandpiper on left side tide line... now.
Also Common Tern and Kingfisher.

1..Sandpiper.....
2 and 3 ...Common Tern
4....try birdwatching here.....getting pics even worse...lol
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On the way back up to Hopwood I had this KESTREL...first one around here for a few years.

1 and 2 ...Kestrel
3...being watched by the local ladies.
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Hopwood......common can be nice........
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leucistic House Martin

Upper Bittell.I had a leucistic House Martin yesterday in with a large flock of hirundines and it was still there today.It is a striking looking bird,so white.

Given the paucity of migrants it might be worth a look if you don't get a better offer.

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UPPER........popped in after 7pm lots of Martins on way down road passed the pools with the odd Swallow.....looked only Swallows over the resa.
While watching a Common Tern a small white bird went across against the trees.No idea what and couldnt get a fix on it with lens....does it look like a Martin ???
Will try and get there a bit earlier some time.
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UPPER.....still not seen the White Martin but have the late nest by the side of the ponds........
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