7 September 2014

CWP 200:  Kent End.  5 Little Grebe.  Also distant rear view of probable Osprey (identified on wing length and flight pattern only) flying over CWP 95 and heading off in direction of the A419.   Bob Philpott

CWP 43: Green & Great Spotted Woodpeckers, singing Chiffchaff, Cetti’s Warbler   Nigel Birch

CWP 65: Cetti’s Warbler   Nigel Birch

Wheatear (Neil Cowley)

Wheatear (Neil Cowley)

CWP 41:  1 Little Grebe, 16 Great Crested Grebe, 11 Mute Swan, 40 Gadwall, 65 Mallard, 14 Tufted Duck, 61 Coot  Nigel Birch

CWP 58: 42 Mute Swan  Nigel Birch

Swill Brook between CWP 41 & 58 and feeding on berries: Chiffchaff, Willow Warbler,  2 Whitethroat, 1 Lesser Whitethroat (also hawking from a dead tree), Spotted Flycatcher   Nigel Birch

Blakehill:   4 Wheatear, 2 Redstart   Neil Cowley

Cleveland Lakes WeBS Highlights:    2 Garganey, 3 Common Sandpiper, 5 Green Sandpiper, Little ringed plover, 12 Curlew, 4 Little Grebe, Pintail, wigeon, 67 Shoveler, 18 Red-crested Pochard, 2 Water rail.  Plus 2 Wheatear, Kingfisher, 40 Linnet, Cetti’s Warbler (2), Chiffchaff, Reed Bunting, Reed Warbler, Skylark, Blackcap, Willow warbler.  Dragonflies included numerous Migrant Hawker, a Southern Hawker, Common Darter (inc copulating and ovipositing pairs), Common Blue Damselfly.     Gareth Harris

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