11 February 2016

This morning a Great White Egret was seen flying over Shaw Park in Swindon heading north.    The obvious place for this to end up if it continues in that direction is the Water Park.   Matt Pringle.

CWP 82:   Great Northern Diver still present.   Photos by Mark Dowie.

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Cokes Pit:  Red Kite, Long-tailed tit x 2, Little grebe, Coot x 8, Tufted duck x 4, Mute swan x 2   Mark Shields, Kim Milsom

Ashton Keynes: 10 Little Egret feeding on flooded fields N of the village.       Mark Brooks

CWP 9: 20+ Red Crested Pochard, 3 Goldeneye, 2 Great Crested Grebes   Huw Jones

Cerney Wick – fields and lanes:  2 Greenfinch, 2 Bullfinch, 3 Goldcrest, 20+ Redwing, 2 Fieldfares, 15 Long-tailed tits, 1 Green Woodpecker, 1 Greater Spotted Woodpecker, 2 Collared Dove.   Huw Jones

Disused railway line:      Cerney Wick south to the Thames:    3 Goldcrest, 25 Lapwing, 1 Jay, 1 Buzzard, 25 Redwing.     Cerney Wick to S Cerney:   3 Reed Bunting, 1 Treecreeper,    Huw Jones

Stoke Common: 20 Common Snipe   Robin Griffiths

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Fox (Nigel gardener)

Lower Moor:   Sparrowhawk.   Also a Fox taking a close interest in a Mallard.  Nigel Gardener.

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