Wednesday, 27 October 2010
BLACK-NECKED GREBE still present
The BLACK-NECKED GREBE was near the end of the barley bales in Cemetery Corner this morning. An immature Little Egret was feeding successfully on fish in the stream by the hide – it was also there yesterday. Also Siskins were flying over – two sightings of two birds. A Water Rail was on the mud between Cemetery Corner and the boathouse. The European Golden Plover flock was still present on the mud islands and a Goldeneye was on the lagoon to the right of the hide (Roy Hargreaves).