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Gert Corfield

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Bearded Tit reported from Concrete hide at the Moors briefly this morning but being elusive. Right of west hide at 12.30 per Tim Owens.
The Linnet flock seems to have reduced in numbers. Male and female Stonechat per Matt Smith, Muntjac in front of East Hide, drake Pochard and Nuthatch at North Moors per Andy Pitt.

Quiet at the Flashes late morning. 178 Lapwing, 3 Snipe, Peregrine, c20 Teal, female Stonechat
 
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Gert Corfield

Well-known member
October saw 98 species (excluding Feral Pigeon) being reported. Highlights were;
Barn Owl
Caspian Gull
Goshawk
Great White Egret - several reports
Goosander
Hen Harrier - one report of a Ringtail disturbed on the Moors during a work party
Marsh Harrier
Red Crested Pochard
Yellowhammer

Notable absences;
Waders generally!
Mediterranean Gull

Full list below;

SpeciesOctober
Avocet
Barn Owl1
Barnacle Goose
Bittern
Black Tern
Black-headed Gull1
Black-necked Grebe
Black-tailed Godwit
Blackbird1
Blackcap1
Blue Tit1
Bullfinch1
Brambling
Buzzard1
Canada Goose1
Carrion Crow1
Caspian Gull1
Cetti's Warbler1
Chaffinch1
Chiffchaff1
Coal Tit1
Collared Dove1
Common Gull1
Common Sandpiper
Common Scoter
Common Tern
Coot1
Cormorant1
Cuckoo
Curlew1
Curlew Sandpiper
Dunlin1
Dunnock1
Egyptian Goose
Feral Pigeon
Fieldfare1
Gadwall1
Garden Warbler
Garganey
Goldcrest1
Goldfinch1
Golden Plover
Goshawk1
Great Crested Grebe1
Great Spotted Woodpecker1
Great Tit1
Great White Egret1
Green Sandpiper1
Green Woodpecker1
Greenfinch1
Greenshank
Grey Heron1
Grey Wagtail1
Greylag Goose1
Goosander1
Herring Gull1
Hen Harrier1
Hobby
House Martin1
House Sparrow
Jackdaw1
Jack Snipe1
Jay1
Kestrel1
Kingfisher1
Knot
Lapwing1
Lesser Black-backed Gull1
Lesser Redpoll1
Lesser Whitethroat
Linnet1
Little Egret1
Little Grebe1
Little Owl
Little Ringed Plover
Little Stint
Long-tailed Tit1
Magpie1
Mallard1
Marsh Harrier1
Meadow Pipit1
Mediterranean Gull
Mistle Thrush1
Moorhen1
Mute Swan1
Nuthatch1
Osprey
Oystercatcher
Peregrine1
Pheasant1
Pied Wagtail1
Pintail1
Pink-footed Goose
Pochard1
Raven1
Red Kite1
Red Crested Pochard1
Red-legged Partridge1
Redshank1
Redstart
Redwing1
Reed Bunting1
Reed Warbler1
Ringed Plover1
Robin1
Rock Pipit1
Rook1
Ruddy Duck
Ruff
Sand Martin1
Sedge Warbler
Shelduck
Shoveler1
Siskin1
Skylark1
Snipe1
Song Thrush1
Sparrowhawk1
Spotted Flycatcher
Starling1
Stock Dove1
Stonechat1
Swallow1
Swift
Tawny Owl1
Teal1
Tree Pipit
Tree Sparrow
Treecreeper1
Tufted Duck1
Water Rail1
Wheatear
Whinchat
Whitethroat
Wigeon1
Willow Tit
Willow Warbler
Wood Pigeon1
Wood Sandpiper
Wren1
Yellow Wagtail
Yellow-legged Gull1
Yellowhammer1
98
 

Gert Corfield

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2 Kittiwake this afternoon (both adult winter) I picked up one at the Flashes which dropped in c 3.10pm whilst the original one was still at the Sailing Pool while talking to Andy Pitt there. Pics below are of the one at the flashes. Also single Shelduck to third flash and male Goosander over being main highlights
 

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wheatearlp

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England
Adult Kittiwake on Sailing Pool to at least 3 pm this afternoon plus Ruddy Shelduck with Canada flock. Flashes quite quiet - pair of Goosander & 8 Curlews in to roost along with 800+ BHGs - unfortunately no Kittiwakes amongst them.
 

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