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Cuckoo calling and showing very well this morning behind bird hide also startled a sounding very much like a goshawk my first sighting very noisy as it flew off on canal path just up from canal bridge before meadow circled a few times in meadow before crows chased it way
26 bird's this evening, few bird's seen for a while, Sedge warbler, grey heron,Collard Dove, first flock of Starlings about 30 bird's in a tree.
Baby chinook over and a large fire out towards Hampton Lovett.
Noticed someone beat me to cutting back the blackberry, nice one.
Good views of male and female Cuckoos at Coney Meadow this morning.
Reed, Sedge and Cetti's Warblers
Common Whitethroats, Blackcaps and Chiffchaffs,
Swifts, Swallows and House Martins
2 Coots on Tapenhall pool
Yellowhammer near Mayhouse cottages
Reed Warblers, Common Whitethroats, Chiffchaffs and Blackcaps
Swallows, House Martin and Swifts
Only 24 birds this evening back to the average, highlights red legged Partridge this time calling in the Maze Maize field, goldcrest close to home along train embankment finally mallard flew over home.
LOOKING FOR MALLARD, took a walk into town along the canal, 15 birds highlights Blackcap, Lesser whitethroat, goldcrest, 5 Morhen.
As for mallards 17 in total still not many for that area. Mute swans disappeared too could be up towards the marina.