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Old Tuesday 25th November 2014, 15:25   #26326
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Some pics from today's work party.
1. Before.
2. After.
3. Man bashing head with flat board.
4. The fire.
5. Peter and JTB worked so hard the heat rising from them made pic impossible.
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Old Tuesday 25th November 2014, 18:44   #26327
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Some pics from today's work party.

5. Peter and JTB worked so hard the heat rising from them made pic impossible.
Well somebody had to do the work, while you were all keeping warm by the fire.
another quality work party by everyone
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Old Tuesday 25th November 2014, 20:10   #26328
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Today's work on the east marsh

This was the 2nd week of creating the northern section, of the EAST MARSH.
The willows towards the waters edge were removed and burned. This area is noticeably wetter than the area where the fire was sited. There is an obvious incline from the waters edge to the tree/scrub line in front of 'Lifestyles'. By dragging the branches out to the fire we were creating wet muddy areas. So it shouldn't take too much for the area to become very wet and 'cettis friendly'.

Many thanks to the team (14 )
Bobby O (leader),Dave H, Ray C, Terry W, Keith M, Peter E, Gazza P, Tony B, Bob P, Bob R, Jim. Janet, Charles, and me

Later Peter , Bobby P and Janet checked out and cleaned all the nest boxes.

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1. before work
2. same area after work
3. after looking further north
4. looking from fire towards the secret garden - showing how wet area is getting
5. looking to the southern section of the EAST MARSH. created last year.
We will leave the dead and dying trees and any tall alders. Scrub such as bramble, hawthorn, black thorn and fruit trees will also remain. In time the 'wetting' of the area will change the vegetation dramatically and more marsh loving vegetation will appear. Luckily the trees haven't completely destroyed the marsh plants and a narrow strip survives on the waters edge as well as in small isolated pools. This includes reeds, reed mace (bullrush), soft rush and flag iris. There is scope for mechanical intervention, but that's for the future. In the mean time we will monitor its progression and which species utilise it. The targeted cettis and water rail were certainly finding it to their liking minutes after we had finished.
NEXT WEEK WILL SEE THE WORK COMPLETED.
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Old Tuesday 25th November 2014, 20:37   #26329
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Birding at Moors

A bit quiet considering the cold snap we have had.
During the work a few siskin and the odd redpoll went over, plenty of thrushes were feeding in the hedgerows. From the east hide a cettios wperformed well, but not sure our 'togs' were on the ball .
Ducks were again down in number and most of the snipe were in hiding.

Species count MOORS: GCG, little grebe 5, cormorant 18, shoveler 35, teal 42, tufted 10, snipe 20, Lapwing 20, curlew 13 fed in the north A38 field all day. BHG 250, coot 230, water rail 6 along east side, buzzard, great sp woodp 2, fieldfare 15, redwing 80, cettis 3 singing along east side from NM to Broadmeadow pool, siskin 3, redpoll,

FLASHES Little grebe 3rd flash, greylag 31, teal 21, mallard 120, coot 10, water rail 2, moorhen 39, snipe 21, green sand 3 roosted, curlew 13, lapwing 156, jack snipe landed on end of spit late on, BHG 420 roosted , LBBG 2 roosted, redwing 120 roosted and fed in adjacent fields, cettios and 3rd flash.
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Old Tuesday 25th November 2014, 20:43   #26330
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Some pics from today's work party.

3. Man bashing head with flat board.

looks like he (BOBBY R) has also just bashed Gary on his, as he is rubbing it
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Old Tuesday 25th November 2014, 21:15   #26331
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Great job guys I think mr Potter has cracked the fires John promotion on the cards me thinks GOLDEN WELLY AWARD

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A bit quiet considering the cold snap we have had.
During the work a few siskin and the odd redpoll went over, plenty of thrushes were feeding in the hedgerows. From the east hide a cettios wperformed well, but not sure our 'togs' were on the ball .
Ducks were again down in number and most of the snipe were in hiding.

Species count MOORS: GCG, little grebe 5, cormorant 18, shoveler 35, teal 42, tufted 10, snipe 20, Lapwing 20, curlew 13 fed in the north A38 field all day. BHG 250, coot 230, water rail 6 along east side, buzzard, great sp woodp 2, fieldfare 15, redwing 80, cettis 3 singing along east side from NM to Broadmeadow pool, siskin 3, redpoll,

FLASHES Little grebe 3rd flash, greylag 31, teal 21, mallard 120, coot 10, water rail 2, moorhen 39, snipe 21, green sand 3 roosted, curlew 13, lapwing 156, jack snipe landed on end of spit late on, BHG 420 roosted , LBBG 2 roosted, redwing 120 roosted and fed in adjacent fields, cettios and 3rd flash.
For the uninitiated, a "cettios" is the very Spanish sub-species only seen or heard once in the UK....................................................today!


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For the uninitiated, a "cettios" is the very Spanish sub-species only seen or heard once in the UK....................................................today!


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Great job guys I think mr Potter has cracked the fires John promotion on the cards me thinks GOLDEN WELLY AWARD
Not sure, some debate about should it be horizontal or vertical I will let the boys explain

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Moors Nest Box Survey

Over the years numerous nest boxes have been placed around the Moors but there has been very little follow-up with published information about breeding attempts. Consequently Janet, Bob P and I carried out a survey after the work party to locate the boxes, look for evidence of past nesting attempts, and to start cleaning out the boxes. In all we found 20 boxes designed for passerines and one owl box. We were able to access all but 3 boxes and were pleasantly surprised to find that almost all of the boxes south of the causeway (the West track, the Secret Garden and the stretch in front of Lifestyles) had some nesting material in them. The boxes in the wood on the North Moors Trail were apparently less used by birds in recent years but they are appreciably older and in worse condition; however, three of these boxes are currently providing a des res for some very energetic mice.

We will replace some of the more decrepit boxes and monitor breeding attempts. We hope to provide information about which species use the boxes and, perhaps, which are the more successful sites for breeding.

Roll on spring!

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I have just received an updated history for a Black-headed Gull with a green wing-tag and white lettering "XU" which was seen at Upton Warren in 2001. This was one of the first ever ringed gulls noted on the reserve.

4th July 2001 - ringed as a first calendar year bird at Haren, 3 miles SSE of Groningen, Netherlands
19th September 2001 - Upton Warren Nature Reserve, Worcs
24th September 2001 - Upton Warren Nature Reserve, Worcs
29th September 2001 - Upton Warren Nature Reserve, Worcs
27th March 2004 - Gorechtkade, Groningen, Netherlands
17th July 2005 - Ruischerwaard, Groningen, Netherlands (the last two sightings were both in urban locations)

I have overlooked the ringing scheme crediting Upton Warren as being in Gloucestershire ....
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Moors Nest Box Survey

Over the years numerous nest boxes have been placed around the Moors but there has been very little follow-up with published information about breeding attempts. Consequently Janet, Bob P and I carried out a survey after the work party to locate the boxes, look for evidence of past nesting attempts, and to start cleaning out the boxes. In all we found 20 boxes designed for passerines and one owl box. We were able to access all but 3 boxes and were pleasantly surprised to find that almost all of the boxes south of the causeway (the West track, the Secret Garden and the stretch in front of Lifestyles) had some nesting material in them. The boxes in the wood on the North Moors Trail were apparently less used by birds in recent years but they are appreciably older and in worse condition; however, three of these boxes are currently providing a des res for some very energetic mice.

We will replace some of the more decrepit boxes and monitor breeding attempts. We hope to provide information about which species use the boxes and, perhaps, which are the more successful sites for breeding.

Roll on spring!

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Gavo did a survey a couple of years ago, the results of which were incorporated into the species accounts 2012 annual report (esp Blue and Great Tits). I will see if I still have the raw data,
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Gavo did a survey a couple of years ago, the results of which were incorporated into the species accounts 2012 annual report (esp Blue and Great Tits). I will see if I still have the raw data,
Thanks, Phil. That would be useful. Also apologies to Gavo for overlooking his work.

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Must admit JHWR came to mind as soon as I opened the link (drop us a text John if it is you)
Phil I have received confirmation that 52 is indeed John Ridley ! Also present are Eric Phillips and Steve Whitehouse.
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Phil I have received confirmation that 52 is indeed John Ridley ! Also present are Eric Phillips and Steve Whitehouse.
If you scroll to the very bottom then click captions it names most of them under the drawings
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Planned work ?

Hi
Can you please tell me if its all open Tmr/Friday or is any work being done ?
I havent been for a while and thought I would pay a visit to hopefully see the snipe and also kingfisher if still around.
Is there alot showing on the Flashes or am I better to just do the moors >
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Read with interest the ringing report on the gull. I don't know if anyone remembers a few years ago a BH Gull that was around with an injured leg for several weeks if not month. I was later picked up and taken to Swan Rescue. The leg was hanging on by a piece of skin and necrotic flesh. The injured leg had a ring on it. It was vetted and although not euthanaised, seeing it had survived so long like that a chance was given to it to recover, it died. The ring came back and the gull was in its' late teens possibly early 20's. That should be somewhere in the ringing reports. It had been rung in the Bromsgrove area.
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My first visit for awhile, noteworthy were 3 Chiffchaff along the track to the Flashes (1 in hedge and 2 together in reeds). A Song Thrush was singing. An adult Common Gull was on the Sailing Pool. I only noted 12 Curlew in the field by the A38.
I must say the reserve is looking good, well done to the work parties.
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Today's highlights:

MOORS:
Teal (55)--------------------------Shoveler (25
Tufted Duck (22)-----------------Snipe (3) Yes, three.
Lapwing (c100)-------------------G C Grebe (3)
Cormorant (19)-------------------Curlew (12)
Water Rail (3)---------------------L B B Gull (3)
Herring Gull (2)-------------------Kingfisher
Little Grebe (2)-------------------Cetti's Warbler (2)
B H Gull (c90)--------------------Nuthatch (2)
Mistle Thrush (5)-----------------Fieldfare/Redwing (c30) 75% Fieldfare.
Grey Wagtail.

A distinct lack of duck variety today.

FLASHES-am only:
Teal (25)--------------------------Lapwing (c130)
Snipe (3)--------------------------Rook (1)
Cetti's Warbler (1) 1st Flash

SAILING POOL:
G C Grebe (3)---------------------Tufted Duck(3)

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Read with interest the ringing report on the gull. I don't know if anyone remembers a few years ago a BH Gull that was around with an injured leg for several weeks if not month. I was later picked up and taken to Swan Rescue. The leg was hanging on by a piece of skin and necrotic flesh. The injured leg had a ring on it. It was vetted and although not euthanaised, seeing it had survived so long like that a chance was given to it to recover, it died. The ring came back and the gull was in its' late teens possibly early 20's. That should be somewhere in the ringing reports. It had been rung in the Bromsgrove area.
Hi Simon - this doesnt ring any bells with me; do you have any idea how long ago this was?

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Can you please tell me if its all open Tmr/Friday or is any work being done ?
I havent been for a while and thought I would pay a visit to hopefully see the snipe and also kingfisher if still around.
Is there alot showing on the Flashes or am I better to just do the moors >
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Not aware of any planned work. The Moors is always more productive in the winter months but if you have check out the Flashes, it can always hold a surprise
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Read with interest the ringing report on the gull. I don't know if anyone remembers a few years ago a BH Gull that was around with an injured leg for several weeks if not month. I was later picked up and taken to Swan Rescue. The leg was hanging on by a piece of skin and necrotic flesh. The injured leg had a ring on it. It was vetted and although not euthanaised, seeing it had survived so long like that a chance was given to it to recover, it died. The ring came back and the gull was in its' late teens possibly early 20's. That should be somewhere in the ringing reports. It had been rung in the Bromsgrove area.
Hi Simon nice to see you today mate and good to see you have found the Upton Thread.John
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JTB - are you lurking amongst these portraits of your era? http://www.birdingworld.co.uk/Bryan%20Bland's.htm
No Phil but I have got pictures of birders Brian Bland didn't want to draw.
From back in the day 1979 to 1983.
1st lot in the Gambia 1983

Very quiet at the moment, so hopefully no one will be too peed off with me posting them. All have visited upton at some stage so a link with the reserve. Some are 'Upstarts and other twitching mates.
Do any of the old timers know any of them.
I will put the names on Tomorrow .
1. from left to right Ian Ricketts(B'ham), Mark Ponsford (Bristol), Barry Reed(Ware), me(B'ham), Colin wilborne(London)
2. back left to right Ian, Me, Barry, Colin. Front Sue (girlfriend then, wife now), Jeff Blinckow (Lincoln), Mark
3 same as no1 plus Jeff 2nd left.
4. Barry and me (Barry is one of the highest listers in the UK)
5. Colin, Me and Ian having a rest from birding
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And more in spain, scillies, outer hebrides

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1. left to right me, Neil Aston (Leicester), Keith Lyon (Dipper - Derby), Ian
2. Me and Roy Twigg (Sheffield),
3. Taffy (Wales), me.
4. Left me, Alan Adams (Liverpool), Dave Farrow (watford)
5 same crew as no 1,
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And the last lot
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1, the one Barry Reed wouldn't want you to see - he had just bought that T shirt for about 10p in the Gambia, after 2 minutes the dye began to run ha ha
2. Ian birding in his usual style
3. dipper and sue front, me and Alan Adams back.
4. My girls Gemma and Laura - both old work party team and Gemma has the rarest bird ever seen at Upton on her list - Least Sandpiper (mind you she was only 18months old when she saw it).
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