16.11.21. Birdlog.

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Wren.

A walk round No.6 tank which was quieter than usual with around 30 Northern Pintail which was nice to see. There were also lots of Eurasian Teal and Northern Shoveler and a few Little Grebe. T

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Stonechat.

he mitigation pools had a couple of teal, nearby were 3 European Stonechat on my way to the ‘phalarope pool’ which held 13 Northern Lapwing and few Mallard and teal.

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Pink-footed Geese.

The Whooper Swan herd could just be seen toward the 56 motorway and 3 Mute Swan in a field plus a swan looking dead? I walked back along Lordship Lane and the hawthorn were busy with Redwing and Blackbird, a few Fieldfare flying over and a hunting Common Kestrel, 2 skeins of Pink-footed Goose totalling around 100 flew toward the estuary.

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Common Buzzard.Image

A Common Kestrel was by the horse paddock sat on the telegraph pole.

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It’s amazing how the spindle survives the devastation of the ermine moth caterpillars to end up looks to vibrant with loads of ripe berries.
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Redwing.

Observer and images (1-7): Keith Gaillie.

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Five Little Egret joined a Grey Heron off Widnes Warth Marsh – per WSM (images 8-10).

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Little Egrets.

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