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Birds, Moths & Other Wildlife sightings for 2016 Qtr 3 up to 30 Sep (November 6, 2016, 03:06:33 AM) quote  
2016 Bird List - first reported date.
2016 Bird List - first reported date.
Great Crested Grebe (1st Jan), Little Grebe (1st Jan), Cormorant (1st Jan), Grey Heron (1st Jan), Little Egret (1st Jan), Mute Swan (1st Jan), Greylag Goose (1st Jan), Canada Goose (1st Jan), Egyptian Goose (1st Jan), Shelduck (19th Mar), Mandarin (11th Sep), Wigeon (1st Jan), Pintail (29th Aug), Teal (1st Jan), Gadwall (1st Jan), Mallard (1st Jan), Shoveler (1st Jan), Pochard (13th Jan), Red-crested Pochard (18th Apr), Tufted Duck (1st Jan), Goldeneye (Not yet recorded in 2016), Red Kite (7th Jan), Sparrowhawk (1st Jan), Buzzard (7th Jan), Kestrel (28th Jan), Hobby (27th Apr), Osprey (23rd Aug), Red-legged Partridge (Not yet recorded in 2016), Pheasant (11th Mar), Water Rail (17th Jan), Moorhen (1st Jan), Coot (1st Jan), Oystercatcher (20th Feb), Golden Plover (6th Feb), Lapwing (7th May), Snipe (1st Jan), Greenshank (15th Aug), Green Sandpiper (15th Jan), Common Sandpiper (18th Aug), Mediterranean Gull (Not yet recorded in 2016), Common Gull (17th Aug), Black-headed Gull (1st Jan), Herring Gull (23rd Apr), Lesser Black-backed Gull (25th Apr), Great Black-backed Gull (Not yet recorded in 2016), Common Tern (28th Apr), Stock Dove (10th Jan), Woodpigeon (1st Jan), Feral Pigeon (Feral Rock Dove) (Not yet recorded in 2016), Ring-necked Parakeet (1st Jan), Cuckoo (6th Jun), Barn Owl (21st May), Tawny Owl (2nd May), Swift (29th Apr), Kingfisher (3rd Jan), Green Woodpecker (1st Jan), Great Spotted Woodpecker (1st Jan), Lesser Spotted Woodpecker (Not yet recorded in 2016), Swallow (27th Mar), House Martin (15th Apr), Sand Martin (18th Apr), Meadow Pipit (Not yet recorded in 2016), Yellow Wagtail (18th Sep), Grey Wagtail (22nd Jan), Pied Wagtail (1st Jan), Wren (1st Jan), Dunnock (1st Jan), Robin (1st Jan), Blackbird (1st Jan), Fieldfare (1st Jan), Song Thrush (7th Jan), Redwing (16th Jan), Mistle Thrush (1st Jan), Cetti's Warbler (1st Jan), Sedge Warbler (15th Apr), Reed Warbler (17th Apr), Garden Warbler (25th Apr), Whitethroat (1st May), Lesser Whitethroat (11th Sep), Blackcap (16th Feb), Chiffchaff (1st Jan), Willow Warbler (8th Apr), Goldcrest (1st Jan), Spotted Flycatcher (22nd Sep), Long-tailed Tit (1st Jan), Coal Tit (3rd Jan), Blue Tit (1st Jan), Great Tit (1st Jan), Nuthatch (5th May), Treecreeper (1st Jan), Magpie (1st Jan), Jackdaw (1st Jan), Rook (28th Jan), Carrion Crow (1st Jan), Raven (27th Aug), Jay (1st Jan), Starling (20th Mar), House Sparrow (11th Aug), Chaffinch (1st Jan), Brambling (23rd Mar), Greenfinch (14th May), Goldfinch (8th Jan), Siskin (1st Jan), Lesser Redpoll (Not yet recorded in 2016), Bullfinch (13th Jun) and Reed Bunting (1st Jan).

Sep 17th – Sep 30th
Green Sandpiper (26th, 29th & 30th Sep, 2 on 17th Sep, 3 on 18th & 20th Sep, 4 on 19th Sep), Grey Wagtail (17th, 18th , 20th, 21st, 23rd & 26th Sep, 2 on 24th Sep), Kingfisher (21st & 30th Sep, 2 on 17th, 18th, 20th, 22nd, 25th, 26th & 28th Sep, 3 on 23rd Sep, 4 on 24th Sep), Buzzard (17th & 24th Sep, 2 on 25th Sep), Stock Dove (c20 on 17th Sep), House Martin (20 on 19th Sep, large number on 27th Sep, 100+ on 17th & 29th Sep), Jay (2 on 17th Sep), Magpie (7 on 17th Sep), Blackbird (17th Sep, 8 on 25th Sep), Robin (2 on 17th Sep), Cormorant (2 on 17th Sep), Buzzard (17th & 21st Sep), Red Kite (2 on 17th & 25th Sep), Greylag Goose (17th Sep, 123 on 29th Sep), Jackdaw (50+ on 17th & 29th Sep), Crow (17th Sep), Green Woodpecker (17th Sep), Great Spotted Woodpecker (17th Sep), Great Crested Grebe (Juv on 17th Sep), Shoveler (3 on 22nd Sep, 10+ on 17th Sep), Teal (30th Sep, 2 on 17th Sep, 4 on 22nd Sep, 12 on 23rd Sep, 17 on 18th & 28th Sep), Mallard (10+ on 17th Sep), Tufted Duck (3f on 17th & 24th Sep), Little Grebe (17th Sep, 2 on 20th & 22nd Sep, 3 on 23rd Sep, 4 on 24th Sep), Chaffinch (17th Sep, 2 on 23rd Sep), Great Tit (10+ on 17th Sep), Lesser Black-backed Gull (17th Sep), Grey Heron (23rd Sep, 3 on 17th Sep), Mute Swan (Pair on 17th Sep), Moorhen (17th Sep), Coot (5+ on 17th Sep), Ring-necked Parakeet (8 on 17th Sep), Shoveler (15 on 18th Sep), Willow Warbler (18th Sep), Chiffchaff (18th Sep, 3 on 22nd Sep), Yellow Wagtail (2 on 18th Sep), Treecreeper (18th Sep), Wigeon (20th Sep, 2 on 23rd, 28th & 29th Sep, 3 on 26th & 27th Sep (Rotunda Hide), 3f on 21st & 25th Sep), Coal Tit (21st Sep), Song Thrush (21st Sep), Sparrowhawk (21st Sep), Spotted Flycatcher (22nd Sep), Blackcap (2 on 22nd Sep), Wren (23rd Sep), Hobby (24th Sep), Pintail (female on 25th Sep), Egyptian Goose (3 on 29th Sep, 8 on 25th, 29th & 30th Sep), Goldcrest (25th Sep), Common Gull (27th Sep), Cetti’s Warbler (28th & 29th Sep), Water Rail (28th Sep), Little Egret (29th Sep) and Canada Goose (39 on 29th Sep).

Speckled Wood (18th Sep, 2 on 23rd Sep), Comma (18th & 22nd Sep, 3 on 23rd Sep) and Red Admiral (20th Sep, 4 on 21st Sep, 5 on 23rd Sep). Common Blue Damselfly (17th Sep), Migrant Hawker (16th, 20th & 23rd Sep. 3 on 21st Sep) and Common Darter (20th Sep, 2 on 21st Sep, 20 on 23rd Sep). Hornets (at nest 17th Sep).

Grass Snake (21st Sep).

Squirrel (17th Sep), Brown Rat (22nd Sep), Mouse (possibly Wood) (22nd Sep) and Weasel (30th Sep).

Sep 1st – Sep 16th
Green Sandpiper (4th-6th, 8th, 10th, 11th, 16th & 24th Sep, 2 on 1st, 9th, 12th & 23rd Sep, 4 on 13th Sep, 5 on 14th & 15th Sep), Pintail (Female on 1st, 2nd, 6th, 7th, 12th & 16th Sep), Red Kite (1st & 10th Sep, 2 on 8th & 11th Sep), Kingfisher (1st, 5th, 12th & 16th Sep, 2 on 2nd, 6th, 10th, 11th, 14th & 15th Sep, 3 on 8th & 9th Sep), Grey Wagtail (1st, 8th & 14th Sep, 2 on 15th Sep), Green Woodpecker (1st Sep), Teal (1st Sep, 2 on 11th Sep, 8 on 8th Sep, 16 on 4th Sep, 30+ on 2nd & 16th Sep, 45+ on 9th Sep), Little Grebe (2 on 8th Sep, 2 and 1 young on 4th Sep, 4 on 11th & 16th Sep, 5 on 9th Sep), Shoveler (6 on 4th Sep, 15 on 9th & 16th Sep, 24 on 8th Sep), Osprey (6th – 7th Sep), Sparrowhawk (8th & 9th Sep), Little Egret (6th Sep), Grey Heron (2 on 8th Sep), Tawny Owl (8th Sep), Long-tailed Tit (3 on 8th Sep, 17 on 14th Sep), Buzzard (8th, 11th & 14th Sep), Mandarin (11th Sep), Great Spotted Woodpecker (11th Sep, 2 on 15th Sep), Lesser Whitethroat (11th Sep), Hobby (11th Sep), Chiffchaff (14th & 15th Sep), Treecreeper (14th Sep) and Willow Warbler (15th Sep).

Speckled Wood (8th & 9th Sep, 2 on 4th & 15th Sep), Small White (9th Sep, 3 on 4th Sep), Comma (8th, 9th & 15th Sep), Red Admiral (8th & 9th Sep, 3 on 15th Sep) and Green-veined White (9th & 10th Sep). Common Blue Damselfly (, 15th Sep, 2m+1f on 4th Sep), Migrant Hawker (9th & 15th Sep, 6 on 7th Sep) and Common Darter (9th & 15th Sep, 3 on 8th Sep). Scorpion Fly (10th Sep). Hornet (14th Sep).

Giant Puff Ball (11th Sep).

Grass Snake (11th Sep).

Domestic Cat (6th Sep), Wood Mouse (8th Sep) and Muntjac (13th Sep).

Aug 24th – Aug 31st
Kingfisher (25th Aug, 2 on 24th & 26th - 29th & 31st Aug, 3 on 30th Aug), Dunnock (24th Aug), Robin (28th Aug, 2 on 24th Aug), Jay (28th Aug, 2 on 24th Aug), Little Grebe (24th Aug, 2 and 1 chick on 28th Aug, 3 and 1 young on 29th Aug), Greenshank (24th - 26th Aug), Common Sandpiper (24th - 26th Aug), Green Sandpiper (24th & 28th – 29th Aug, 2 on 25th - 27th & 30th – 31st Aug), Treecreeper (24th Aug), Grey Wagtail (24th , 26th , 28th & 30th Aug, 2 on 25th Aug), Barn Owl (24th & 29th Aug), Lesser Black-backed Gull (25th Aug), Teal (28th Aug, 18+ on 26th Aug, 23 on 29th Aug), Shoveler (28th Aug, 6 on 26th Aug), Little Egret (26th & 29th Aug), Raven (1 over on 27th Aug), Egyptian Goose (2 on 27th Aug), Gadwall (28th Aug), Black-header Gull (15+ on 28th Aug), Red Kite (28th Aug, 3 on 30th Aug), Jackdaw (20+ on 28th Aug), Mallard (15+ on 28th Aug), Blackbird (28th Aug), Magpie (28th Aug), Mute Swan (2 on 28th Aug), Tufted Duck (28th Aug), Great Crested Grebe (Juvenile on 28th Aug), Pintail (female on 29th Aug), Buzzard (2 on 30th Aug) and Hobby (30th Aug).

Speckled Wood (2 on 28th Aug, 4 on 30th Aug, 5 on 24th Aug), Peacock (24th Aug), Small Tortoiseshell (24th & 25th Aug), Small White (3 on 28th Aug), Green-veined White (28th Aug), Comma (2 on 30th Aug), Red Admiral (2 on 30th Aug) and Mother-of-Pearl (2 on 25th Aug). Migrant Hawker (2m+1f on 26th Aug, 4 on 30th Aug), Banded Demoiselle (m on 30th Aug), Brown Hawker (30th Aug) and Ruddy Darter (30th Aug). Hornet (27th Aug).

Fox (3 on 28th Aug).

Aug 15th – Aug 23rd
Greenshank (15th, 18th,19th & 21st-23rd Aug), Kingfisher (16th – 21st & 23rd Aug, 2 on 22nd Aug, 3 on 15th Aug), Little Egret (15th, 16th , 19th & 23rd Aug, 4 on 21st Aug), Reed Warbler (16th Aug), Cormorant (16th Aug, 3 on 19th Aug), Green Woodpecker (16th Aug), Ring-necked Parakeet (16th Aug), Long-tailed Tit (16th Aug), Buzzard (16th Aug), Common Gull (17th Aug), Little Grebe (19th Aug, 3 on 17th Aug, 6 and 2 young on 21st Aug), Whitethroat (Juvenile on 17th Aug), Green Sandpiper (20th & 22nd Aug, 2 on 17th, 18th , 21st and 23rd Aug), Grey Wagtail (Juvenile on 17th Aug, 2 on 19th Aug, 3 on 22nd Aug, 4 on 18th & 21st Aug), Pochard (with 3 young on 17th Aug), Tufted Duck (with 3 young on 17th Aug), Teal (10 on 17th Aug, 14 on 19th Aug, 31 on 21st Aug), Shoveler (5 on 17th Aug, 12 on 21st Aug), Willow Warbler (17th Aug), Barn Owl (23rd Aug, 2 on 17th Aug), Common Sandpiper (18th - 20th & 23rd Aug), Herring Gull (19th & 21st Aug), Jay (19th Aug), Hobby (19th Aug), Common Tern (19th & 20th Aug), Grey Heron (3 on 19th Aug), Red Kite (21st Aug) and Osprey (23rd Aug).

Brown Argus (2 on 15th Aug, 5 on 17th Aug), Essex Skipper (15th & 17th Aug), Speckled Wood (5+ on 15th Aug), Elephant Hawkmoth (Caterpillar on 16th & 17th Aug), Purple Hairstreak (17th Aug), Large Skipper (17th & 18th Aug), Small Tortoiseshell (2 on 20th Aug) and Small White (15+ on 21st Aug). Brown Hawker (15th Aug), Migrant Hawker (2 on 17th Aug) and Common Darter (2 on 22nd Aug).

On 23rd Aug the Ruislip Natural History Society ran a 125W NV Lamp and a 6W Actinic Heath Trap from 8pm until 10.15pm and caught the following -
Light Brown Apple Moth, 6 Brimstone Moths, Straw Dot, Mint Moth, Snout, 2 Mother of Pearl,
Masses of nymphyata (Water nymph), Endotricha flammealis, Small China-mark,
Catoptria falsella, Copper Underwing and Dun-bar.

Wasp Spider (18th Aug) and 4-Spotted Orb Spider (18th Aug).

Muntjac (18th Aug), Fox (21st Aug) and Weasel (22nd Aug).

Smooth Newt (21st Aug) and Grass Snake (21st Aug).

Aug 14th – Discovery Day
Black-headed Gull (14th Aug), Coot (14th Aug), Great Tit (14th Aug), Gadwall (2 on 14th Aug), Mute Swan (14th Aug), Blackbird (14th Aug), Blue Tit (14th Aug), Cormorant (14th Aug), Chiffchaff (14th Aug), Green Woodpecker (14th Aug), Reed Bunting (14th Aug), Teal (14th Aug), Common Tern (14th Aug), Little Egret (14th Aug), Ring-necked Parakeet (14th Aug),, Jackdaw (14th Aug), Magpie (14th Aug), Moorhen (14th Aug), Woodpigeon (14th Aug), Long-tailed Tit (14th Aug), Kingfisher (14th Aug), Great Crested Grebe (14th Aug),Tufted Duck (14th Aug), Stock Dove (14th Aug) and Grey Heron (14th Aug).

Muntjac (14th Aug), Rabbit (14th Aug), Domestic Cat (14th Aug), Common Shrew (14th Aug), Moving Mole hill (14th Aug),

Elephant Hawkmoth (caterpillar on 14th Aug), Speckled Wood (14th Aug), Small White (14th Aug), Red Admiral (14th Aug), Meadow Brown (14th Aug), Brown Argus (2 on 14th Aug), Comma (14th Aug), Small Tortoiseshell (14th Aug) and Green-veined White (14th Aug). Ruddy Darter (14th Aug), Common Damselfly (14th Aug) and Brown Hawker (14th Aug). Hornet Mimic Hoverfly (14th Aug) and Roesels Bush Cricket (14th Aug).

For Aug 14th, Simon Buckingham run two moth traps the night before, in favourable weather conditions and the result was a decent catch with five new moths (**) for the reserve list (all micros) –

Monopis weaverella (1), Lyonetia clerkella (3), Caloptilia stigmatella (5), Argyresthia goedartella (38), Argyresthia albistria (1), Yponomeuta evonymella (1), ** Yponomeuta sedella (1), Paraswammerdamia nebulella (1), Ypsolopha sequella (1), Plutella xylostella (1), Hofmannophila pseudospretella (2), ** Scrobipalpa costella (1), Blastobasis adustella (3), Pandemis cerasana (3), Epiphyas postvittana (2), ** Acleris laterana (1), Acleris variegana (2), Celypha lacunana (7), Apotomis betuletana (1), Epinotia nisella (3), Gypsonoma aceriana (2), Gypsonoma sociana (1), Gypsonoma dealbana (2), ** Eucosma obumbratana (1), Pammene aurita (1), Agriphila straminella (20), Agriphila tristella (6), Catoptria falsella (2), Acentria ephemerella (31), Scoparia ambigualis (8), Cataclysta lemnata (2), Evergestis pallidata (1), ** Nomophila noctuella (1), Pleuroptya ruralis (21), Endotricha flammealis (1), Aphomia sociella (1), Acrobasis advenella (2), Pebble Hook-tip (1), Least Carpet (2), Dwarf Cream Wave (1), Single-dotted Wave (2), Riband Wave (4), Shaded Broad-bar (1), Common Carpet (10), Green Carpet (7), Small Rivulet (5), Dingy Shell (20), Small Seraphim (16), Clouded Border (4), Brimstone Moth (6), Canary-shouldered Thorn (4), Scalloped Oak (1), Common Wave (5), Poplar Hawkmoth (1), Iron Prominent (1), Pebble Prominent (1), Swallow Prominent (1), Pale Prominent (2), Black Arches (2), Gypsy Moth (1), Dingy Footman (12), Flame Shoulder (9), Lesser Broad-bordered Yellow Underwing (8), Small Square-spot (3), Setaceous Hebrew Character (1), Poplar Grey (1), Tree-lichen Beauty (3), Olive (1), Dun-bar (10), Dark Arches (1), Common Rustic agg. (3), Bulrush Wainscot (1), Spectacle (1) and Straw Dot (19).

A total of 352 moths and 75 species.

Aug 1st – Aug 13th
Little Egret (3rd, 7th & 10th Aug, 2 on 2nd, 5th & 6th Aug, 3 on 4th Aug), Red Kite (2nd & 8th Aug, 2 on 6th Aug), Little Grebe (2 adults and 1 young on 10th & 12th Aug, 2 adults and 2 young on 3rd Aug, 3 adults and 2 young on 5th Aug), Tufted Duck (with 1 young on 3rd Aug, with 2 young on 5th Aug), Common Tern (3rd, 5th, 6th, 8th & 12th Aug), Grey Wagtail (3rd Aug), Teal (8 on 6th Aug, 11 on 9th Aug, 13+ on 12th Aug, 14 on 7th Aug, 15 on 11th Aug, 16 on 3rd & 8th Aug, 18 on 10th Aug), Shoveler (7 on 8th Aug, 10 on 12th Aug, 14 on 3rd Aug), Jay (3rd, 4th & 6th Aug), Robin (juvenile on 4th Aug), Mute Swan (Pair and cygnet (4th Aug), Chiffchaff (4th Aug), Hobby (5th & 7th Aug), Kingfisher (5th, 6th, 8th, 10th & 12th Aug), Buzzard (6th & 8th Aug), Green Woodpecker (6th Aug), Jackdaw (6th Aug), Great Spotted Woodpecker (juvenile on 7th Aug), Green Sandpiper (8th, 10th & 11th Aug, 2 on 9th & 12th Aug), Sparrowhawk (8th Aug), Grey Heron (8th Aug) and House Sparrow (11th Aug).

Common Blue (4th, 6th & 12th Aug, 2 on 3rd Aug, 3 on 7th Aug), Brown Argus (3rd, 4th, 7th & 8th Aug, 2 on 6th & 11th Aug, 3+ on 12th Aug, 4+ on 7th Aug, 6+ on 5th Aug), Skipper sp (4+ on 5th & 12th Aug, 5 on 3rd Aug, 6+ on 7th Aug), Painted Lady (4th, 11th & 12th Aug), Purple Hairstreak (5th – 8th & 12th Aug), Brimstone (6th & 7th Aug), Speckled Wood (6th - 8th Aug), Small White (6th Aug), Large White (6th - 8th Aug), Red Admiral (6th - 8th Aug, 2 on 11th Aug), Peacock (6th & 7th Aug), Comma (7th & 8th Aug, 2 on 6th & 11th Aug), Meadow Brown (8th Aug), Gatekeeper (8th Aug), Essex Skipper (8th Aug) and Green-veined White (8th Aug, 2 on 11th Aug). Southern Hawker (5th, 6th & 11th Aug), Brown Hawker (12th Aug, 3 on 6th Aug, 5 on 4th Aug), Black-tailed Skimmer (12th Aug, 2 on 6th Aug), Emperor Dragonfly (6th & 11th Aug), Migrant Hawker (7th, 8th & 11th Aug), Ruddy Darter (8th, 10th & 12th Aug) and Common Darter (10th & 12th Aug). Hornet (7th & 11th Aug) and Dock Bug (12+ on 11th Aug).

Jul 23rd – Jul 31st
Little Egret (30th Jul, 2 on 23rd – 25th Jul, 3 on 31st Jul), Great Spotted Woodpecker (2 on 23rd, 29th & 31st Jul), Grey Wagtail (23rd Jul), Grey Heron (23rd Jul), Tufted Duck (3+ and 6 young on 23rd Jul, and 10y + 7y + 2y on 25th Jul, and 9y + 1y + 5y +4y on 27th Jul, and 6y + 1y on 29th Jul, and 1y on 31st Jul), Wren (23rd Jul), Robin (young on 23rd Jul), Cormorant (23rd Jul), Red Kite (31st Jul, 3 on 23rd Jul), Buzzard (23rd Jul), Sparrowhawk (23rd & 31st Jul), Kingfisher (23rd & 31st Jul, 2 on 25th Jul), Mute Swan (Adult and 1 cygnet on 29th Jul, Pair with 1 cygnet on 23rd Jul, Pair with 2 cygnets on 25th Jul), Magpie (23rd Jul), Goldfinch (2 on 23rd Jul), Chiffchaff (3 on 23rd Jul), Green Woodpecker (23rd Jul), Little Grebe (25th & 27th Jul, 3 and 2 young and 1 immature on 25th Jul, 2 and 2 imm on 31st Jul), Common Tern 25th & 31st Jul), Pochard (31st Jul, and 7y + 5y +1y on 25th Jul, and 5y + 6y + 3y on 29th Jul), Teal (4 on 27th Jul), Shoveler (3 on 27th Jul, 7 on 31st Jul, 9 on 29th Jul), Teal (29th Jul, 4 on 30th Jul, 11 on 31st Jul), Jay (31st Jul) and Great Crested Grebe (Adult with 1 young on 31st Jul).

Hornet (23rd Aug Jul) and Hornet Mimic Hoverfly (23rd Jul). Speckled Wood (23rd & 29th Jul), Small White (5+ on 23rd Jul), Red Admiral (23rd Jul, 5 on 31st Jul), Peacock (23rd Jul, 5 on 31st Jul), Comma (2 on 31st Jul, 10+ on 23rd Jul), Large White (4+ on 23rd Jul), Meadow Brown (10+ on 23rd Jul, 15+ on 25th Jul), Cinnabar Moth (25+ caterpillars on 23rd Jul), Mother-of-Pearl (6 on 23rd Jul), Large Skipper (23rd Jul, 2 on 25th Jul, 6 on 31st Jul), Ringlet (25th Jul), Gatekeeper (2 on 29th Jul), Green-veined White (2 on 29th Jul), Brown Argus (2 on 31st Jul), Common Blue (3 on 31st Jul), Small Skipper (3 on 31st Jul) and Essex Skipper (31st Jul). Brown Hawker (8+ on 23rd Jul), Southern Hawker (23rd & 31st Jul), Common Blue Damselfly (50+ on 23rd Jul) and Ruddy Darter (25th Jul).

Pond Maintenance – Hog louse (31st Jul), Diving Beetle Larvae (31st Jul), Diving Beetle (31st Jul), Smooth Newt efts (c 60 on 31st Jul), Frog (c 1year old on 31st Jul) and Pond Olives (31st Jul).

Stag Beetle (23rd Jul) and Hornet Mimic Hoverfly (23rd Jul).

Mole (dead one on 23rd Jul), Squirrel (2 on 23rd Jul) and Rabbit (23rd Jul).

Jul 9th – Jul 22nd
Kingfisher (9th, 11th, 17th & 22nd Jul, 2 on 10th, 14th, 15th, 18th & 21st Jul), Sparrowhawk (9th & 10th Jul), Oystercatcher (9th Jul), Great Spotted Woodpecker (2 on 9th & 17th Jul), Magpie (9th Jul), Stock Dove (17th Jul, 3 on 10th Jul, 4 on 9th Jul), Little Grebe (12th & 21st Jul, 2 on 9th & 17th Jul, Pair and 2 young on 11th & 22nd Jul, 4 and 1 young on 18th Jul), Great Tit (12+ young on 9th Jul), Cormorant (2 on 9th & 10th Jul), Robin (9th Jul), Mute Swan (Pr with 2 cygnets on 9th, 10th, 15th & 17th Jul), Common Tern (10th, 11th, 20th & 22nd Jul), Pochard (21st Jul, and 1 young on 15th, 17th & 22nd Jul, and 2 young on 13th Jul, 4 and 2 young on 10th Jul, 5 young on 20th Jul, 2 broods on 11th Jul), Tufted Duck (with 2 and 5 young on 15th Jul, with 7 young on 10th Jul, with 8 young on 11th Jul, with 10 young on 20th Jul, with 6 and 5 young on 13th Jul, with 9 and 3 young on 22nd Jul, with 2, 5 and 6 young on 17th Jul, with 11, 5 and 4 young on 18th Jul), Mallard (10th & 17th Jul), Egyptian Goose (10th Jul), Grey Heron (2 on 10th Jul), Buzzard (11th Jul), Teal (3 on 10th Jul), Shoveler (Pair on 10th Jul, 4 on 22nd Jul), Moorhen (Pair on 11th Jul, immature on 20th Jul), Great Crested Grebe (2 on 12th Jul, 1 adult and 2 young on 14th Jul, 2 adults and 2 young on 13th, 15th , 20th & 22nd Jul, 4 adults and 2 young on 17th Jul), Gadwall (12th Jul), Hobby (13th Jul), Treecreeper (Family on 14th Jul), Teal (3 on 15th Jul), Shoveler (2 on 15th Jul), Gadwall (30+ on 15th Jul), Lesser Black-backed Gull (17th & 20th Jul), Reed Bunting (17th Jul, Pair on 21st Jul), Little Egret (2 on 17th, 18th & 22nd Jul), Red Kite (21st Jul), Blackcap (Family on 21st Jul), Wren (Family on 21st Jul), Long-tailed Tit (young 21st Jul), Buzzard (21st Jul), Dunnock (21st Jul),

Rabbit (9th Jul), Grey Squirrel (9th Jul), Muntjac (12th & 16th Jul), Fox (14th Jul) and Badger (22nd Jul).

Bat Survey on 11th Jul – Soprano and Common Pipistrelle (everywhere), Nathusies (by Double-Decker), Brandts (Comma Corner), Noctule (T Junction, Barn Owl Meadow and Long Hedge), Leisters (Old Oak), Brown Long-eared (Comma Corner), possibly Serotine (Long Hedge Hide) and possibly Daubentons (Long Hedge Hide).

Gatekeeper (9th & 17th Jul, 3 on 15th & 22nd Jul), Comma (11th, 14th, 17th & 21st Jul, 2 on 15th & 22nd Jul, 6+ on 9th Jul), Red Admiral (9th, 11th, 14th, , 15th, 17th & 21st – 22nd Jul), Large White (9th & 21st Jul), Meadow Brown (10th, 11th, 17th & 21st Jul, 3+ on 9th Jul, 15+ on 22nd Jul), Small White (9th & 22nd Jul), Cinnabar Moth (Caterpillars on 10th Jul), Hummingbird Hawkmoth (12th Jul), Large Skipper (15th Jul, 2 on 13th Jul), Small Skipper (13th & 15th Jul, 8+ on 22nd Jul), Holly Blue (14th Jul), Essex Skipper (14th, 17th & 19th Jul, 2 on 15th & 22nd Jul), Marbled White (14th, 15th, 17th & 19th Jul), Ringlet (15th & 17th Jul), Green-veined White (17th Jul, 5 on 15th Jul, 20+ on 22nd Jul) and Speckled Wood (21st Jul). Footballer Hoverfly (9th Jul) and Grasshopper sp (17th Jul). Common Blue Damselfly (10th Jul), Brown Hawker (15th & 17th Jul, c4-5 on 10th Jul) and Ruddy Darter (17th Jul).

Amber Snail (10th Jul), White-lipped Snail (10th & 17th Jul) and Corpse Snail (17th Jul).

Jul 1st – Jul 8th
Great Crested Grebe (2 adult and 2 young on 1st Jul, 4 adults and 2 young on 6th Jul), Little Grebe (2 on 1st Jul, 3 on 4th Jul), Gadwall (60+ on 1st Jul), Kingfisher (1st Jul, 2 on 6th & 8th Jul), Stock Dove (5 on 2nd Jul), Sparrowhawk (Juv on nest 3rd and 4th Jul), Red Kite (4th Jul), Green Woodpecker (4th Jul), Great Spotted Woodpecker (4th Jul), Jay (2 on 4th Jul), Oystercatcher (8th Jul), Green Sandpiper (8th Jul), Tufted Duck (Adults and 6 young on 8th Jul) and Pochard (Adults and 2 young and 1 young on 8th Jul).

Emperor Dragonfly (2nd & 5th Jul), Blue-tailed Damselfly (2nd & 5th Jul), Common Blue Damselfly (2nd & 5th Jul), Brown Hawker (4th Jul, 2 on 8th Jul), Common Darter (5th Jul) and Ruddy Darter (8th Jul). Comma (2nd – 4th Jul, 4 on 5th Jul), Meadow Brown (2nd, 3rd & 5th Jul, 15+ on 4th Jul), Ringlet (2nd & 3rd Jul, 4 on 5th Jul, 10+ on 4th Jul), Large Skipper (2nd & 3rd Jul, 3 on 4th Jul), Brimstone (3rd Jul), Red Admiral (3rd Jul, 2 on 4th & 5th Jul), Speckled Wood (4th Jul), Small Skipper (4th & 8th Jul), Green-veined White (4th & 5th Jul), Large White (2 on 4th Jul), Small Tortoiseshell (4th Jul), Gatekeeper (5th Jul), Small or Essex Skipper (5th Jul) and Cinnabar Moth (5th Jul, 6 caterpillars on 8th Jul).

Fox (4th Jul).

Slug (50+ on 8th Jul).

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