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Monday, June 02, 2008

2nd June

It has got to the time of year where there are a lot of birds fledgling but very little in the way of late migrants. There is a chance of youngsters such as Stonechat or Nuthatch might put in an appearance.

Common Tern:
A male was perched on a boat at 8.00am. He then chased off another pair that briefly turned up. There was a pair seen flying around the lake at 10.00am.
Jackdaw: One appears to be associating with the crows by the lake side.
Reed Warbler: Birds were seen gathering nesting materials in two of the reed beds.
Goldfinch: Three youngsters were bathing in the wetland and begging for food from their parents that were feeding on a Nyger seed feeder in area 25.

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