Saturday, 25 March 2017

Saturday 25th March 2017

Branston Gravel Pits
Some birds where seen but sadly some idiots decided to go walking off the public footpaths and wander all over the breeding grounds of critically endangered birds like Lapwing, Snipe & Redshank.
We ask people to please keep the the path for a reason, it's a working gravel pit and a dangerous place to wander, and importantly the breeding birds on site, 
Not only did they wandering around breeding sites with large lenses but they also had a dog which wasn't even on a lead!


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Chasewater
Juv Iceland Gull dropped in just after 7pm, also Velvet Scoter still (@CWG_sightings)

Doxey Marsh
Avocet (but flew off late afternoon @shakerstu) and 3x Water Pipit still (NJS CJW)

Drayton Bassett Pits
2x Great White Egret still, also pair Garganey

Tucklesholme
Sand Martin, 5x LRP, 5x Ringed Plover, 2x White Wagtail (@tucklesholme) 

Gailey Resv
2x Sand Martin, 4x Pochard, Goosander, 4x Oystercatcher, Green Woodpecker (@TheSnapper1978)

Swallow Moss
Great Grey Shrike still at 11:30 then flew to Revidge side of the road (RPo)

Himley Hall
Adult Whooper Swan at 12:00 (AdMc)