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Garden Sanctuary

Up to 4 Moorhen are spending time in the garden recently. Apart from feeding they seem to find security as they do not get disturbed and are safe from ...
17-11-2017 16:04

Fishy stuff

Only the second time fish have got a mention on the blog.This Brown Trout photographed in Cholsey Brook today was one of two seen. ...
16-11-2017 16:03

Wednesday 15th November ? A Little Report

A “Little Report” because there is not much to report from today. The reserve was busy with a large group visiting from Christchurch U3A, ...
16-11-2017 16:03

Busy Hill

Misty at first then clearing with cloudy skies and a light drizzly rain, 12°, light NW.A busy Hill today with c200 Fieldfare, c40 Redwing, 80+ Starlin ...
16-11-2017 16:03

Operation Wallacea!

One of our Young Naturalists, Talia, spent two weeks over the summer taking part in Operation Wallacea. Operation Wallacea is a conservation research ...
16-11-2017 16:03

Some Bird Sightings

A few sightings from the reserve today, mostly from Ibsley Water. When I opened up the Tern hide there were 4 pintail (3 drakes), 3 green sandpiper (t ...
14-11-2017 16:04

Another YBW and not a lot else

Cloudy, 6°, light NW.A cold and frosty start today and rather quiet out and about.A Yellow-browed Warbler this afternoon in a private garden along the ...
14-11-2017 16:04

Golden Plover & Redpoll

Approx. 60 Golden Plover, Cholsey Hill at 16:00 today. Per Gerry Quinn. 10 Redpoll in Silver Birches in garden on Friday. Per Tony Rayner. ...
13-11-2017 16:04

Twite bring in the winter

I was out and about yesterday in the misty wet rain and got as far as Clahane near Liscannor Bay.  There were over 50 Rock Pipits feeding the roadsid ...
12-11-2017 16:03

THE BIG Finch........at last!

Sunny periods with scattered cloud, 10°, breezy NW.Has to be a Finch day today with a single Hawfinch (at last). Heard initially then seen flying from ...
12-11-2017 16:03

 



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