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Birds, Moths & Other Wildlife sightings for 2019 Qtr 4 up to 8 Nov (November 10, 2019, 02:58:43 PM) quote  
2019 Bird List - first reported date.
Great Crested Grebe (1st Jan 2019), Little Grebe (1st Jan 2019), Cormorant (19th Jan 2019), Bittern (Not Yet recorded in 2019), Grey Heron (1st Jan 2019), White Stork (10th Jan 2019), Little Egret (3rd Mar 2019), Great White Egret (3rd Feb 2019), Mute Swan (1st Jan 2019), Black Swan (Not Yet recorded in 2019), Greylag Goose (1st Jan 2019), Canada Goose (1st Jan 2019), Barnacle Goose (4th Jan 2019), Egyptian Goose (1st Jan 2019), Shelduck (1st May 2019), Mandarin (11th Mar 2019), Wigeon (1st Jan 2019), Goosander (6th Mar 2019), Pintail (10th Jul 2019), Teal (1st Jan 2019), Gadwall (1st Jan 2019), Garganey (2nd Jun 2019), Mallard (1st Jan 2019), Shoveler (1st Jan 2019), Pochard (8th Feb 2019), Red-crested Pochard (15th Mar 2019), Tufted Duck (1st Jan 2019), Goldeneye (30th Mar 2019), Red Kite (1st Jan 2019), Sparrowhawk (17th Jan 2019), Buzzard (1st Jan 2019), Kestrel (28th Jan 2019), Hobby (11th May 2019), Peregrine Falcon (Not Yet recorded in 2019), Osprey (Not Yet recorded in 2019), Pheasant (18th Jan 2019), Water Rail (12th Feb 2019), Moorhen (1st Jan 2019), Coot (1st Jan 2019), Oystercatcher (23rd Feb 2019), Little Ringed Plover (4th Apr 2019), Golden Plover (Not Yet recorded in 2019), Lapwing (18th May 2019), Snipe (3rd Jan 2019), Jack Snipe (Not Yet recorded in 2019), Greenshank (16th Apr 2019), Green Sandpiper (1st Jan 2019), Common Sandpiper – unconfirmed (19th Aug 2019), Common Gull (1st Jan 2019), Black-headed Gull (1st Jan 2019), Herring Gull (1st Jan 2019), Lesser Black-backed Gull (11th May 2019), Common Tern (24th Apr 2019), Arctic Tern (Not Yet recorded in 2019), Stock Dove (1st Jan 2019), Collared Dove (13th Jun 2019), Woodpigeon (1st Jan 2019), Feral Pigeon (Feral Rock Dove) (16th Feb 2019), Ring-necked Parakeet (1st Jan 2019), Cuckoo (15th May 2019), Barn Owl (Not Yet recorded in 2019), Tawny Owl (24th Feb 2019), Swift (26th Apr 2019), Kingfisher (17th Jan 2019), Green Woodpecker (5th Jan 2019), Great Spotted Woodpecker (1st Jan 2019), Lesser Spotted Woodpecker (13th Mar 2019), Swallow (8th Apr 2019), House Martin (2nd Apr 2019), Sand Martin (10th Apr 2019), Meadow Pipit (25th Jan 2019), Yellow Wagtail (Not Yet recorded in 2019), Grey Wagtail (5th Jan 2019), Pied Wagtail (28th Jan 2019), Wren (1st Jan 2019), Dunnock (1st Jan 2019), Robin (1st Jan 2019), Blackbird (1st Jan 2019), Fieldfare (6th Jan 2019), Song Thrush (16th Feb 2019), Redwing (1st Jan 2019 and 4th Oct 2019), Mistle Thrush (20th Jan 2019), Cetti's Warbler (9th Jun 2019), Sedge Warbler (Not Yet recorded in 2019), Reed Warbler (19 Apr 2019), Garden Warbler (20th Apr 2019), Whitethroat (6th May 2019), Lesser Whitethroat (26th Aug 2019), Blackcap (24th Mar 2019), Chiffchaff (5th Jan 2019), Willow Warbler (9th Apr 2019), Goldcrest (14th Jan 2019), Firecrest (Not Yet recorded in 2019), Spotted Flycatcher (13th Sep 2019), Stonechat (2nd Oct 2019 – First record for the reserve), Long-tailed Tit (1st Jan 2019), Coal Tit (6th Feb 2019), Blue Tit (1st Jan 2019), Great Tit (1st Jan 2019), Nuthatch (28th Jan 2019), Treecreeper (14th Jan 2019), Magpie (1st Jan 2019), Jackdaw (1st Jan 2019), Rook (18th Feb 2019), Carrion Crow (1st Jan 2019), Raven (26th Mar 2019), Jay (3rd Jan 2019), Starling (11th May 2019), House Sparrow (Not Yet recorded in 2019), Chaffinch (1st Jan 2019), Brambling (Not Yet recorded in 2019), Greenfinch (13th Jan 2019), Goldfinch (1st Jan 2019), Siskin (1st Jan 2019), Bullfinch (20th Mar 2019), Hawfinch (Not Yet recorded in 2019) and Reed Bunting (18th Jan 2019).

Nov 1st – Nov 8th 2019
Coal Tit (1st – 2nd & 6th Nov, 2 on 4th Nov), Great Spotted Woodpecker (m on 1st Nov, 2nd & 6th Nov), Treecreeper (1st Nov), Kingfisher (1st , 6th & 8th Nov, 2 on 4th Nov), Gadwall (1st – 2nd Nov), Teal (1st – 2nd Nov), Tufted Duck (1st – 2nd Nov), Siskin (8 on 2nd Nov), Nuthatch (2nd , 6th & 8th Nov), Little Grebe (3 on 2nd & 4th Nov, 2 on 6th Nov), Blackbird (2nd Nov), Shoveler (2nd Nov, 9m&3f on 6th Nov), Mallard (2nd Nov), Goldcrest (2 on 4th Nov, 8th Nov), Pochard (6th Nov), Goldfinch (6th Nov), Buzzard (2 on 6th Nov), Pied Wagtail (6th Nov), Jay (6th Nov), Red-crested Pochard (8th Nov) and Wigeon (1 on Lynsters on 8th Nov).

Agonopterix alstromeriana (micro moth) (2nd Nov).

Bank Vole (2 on 1st & 4th Nov, 1 on 6th & 8th Nov), Squirrel (2nd Nov), Rabbit (2nd Nov) and Fox (2nd Nov).

Oct 19th - Oct 31st 2019
Redwing (5 on 19th Oct), Kingfisher (19th , 21st , 25th – 26th & 30th – 31st Oct, 2 on 20th , 22nd & 27th Oct), Nuthatch (19th , 21st – 22nd & 26th Oct), Great Spotted Woodpecker (19th Oct), Jay (19th & 26th Oct), Red Kite (2 on 19th Oct), Buzzard (2 on 19th , 22nd & 25th Oct, 1 on 21st & 26th Oct), Green Sandpiper (19th – 21st & 31st Oct, 2 on 27th Oct), Goldcrest (20th Oct), Stonechat (m on Lynsters fence on 20th Oct), Wigeon (f on 20th Oct), Shoveler (4 on 20th & 25th Oct, 3 on 21st – 22nd Oct, c8 on 27th Oct, 9 on 30th Oct, 15 on 31st Oct), Teal (12 on 20th Oct, 7 on 21st Oct, 20 on 25th Oct), Gadwall (11 on 20th Oct, 20 on 21st Oct, 11 on 31st Oct), Coal Tit (21st – 22nd & 27th Oct, 2 on 26th Oct), Little Grebe (2 on 21st , 27th & 30th Oct, 22nd & 26th Oct, 3 on 31st Oct), Sparrowhawk (22nd & 26th Oct), Cetti’s Warbler (22nd & 25th – 28th Oct), Mistle Thrush (22nd Oct), Grey Wagtail (25th Oct), Blue Tit (10+ on 26th Oct), Great Tit (5+ on 26th Oct), Goldfinch (26th Oct), Blackbird (26th Oct), Cormorant (26th & 31st Oct, 2 on 27th Oct), Pochard (f on 27th Oct), Tufted Duck (Pair on 27th Oct), Magpie (30+ on 27th Oct), Starling (c 50 on 27th Oct), Pheasant (1m & 2f on 29th Oct), Canada Goose (30th Oct), Coot (30th Oct), Moorhen (30th Oct), Mallard (30th Oct), Little Egret (31st Oct) and Robin (31st Oct).

Comma (19th , 21st , 28th & 30th Oct), Speckled Wood (19th Oct) and Red Admiral (2 on 28th Oct). Common Darter (1 on 19th Oct, 12+ pairs ovipositing on 21st Oct, lots on 27th Oct, 5+ on 28th Oct), Migrant Hawker (21st Oct) and Ruddy Darter (m&f on 30th Oct).

Verdigris Roundhead Mushroom commonly known as Verdigris Agaric (Stropharia aeruginosa) (19th Oct), Candle-snuff (19th – 20th Oct), Slender Club (Macrotyphula juncea) (19th Oct), Sulphur Tuft (20th Oct), Glistening Inkcap (20th Oct), Shaggy Parasol (26th Oct) and Penny Bun (26th Oct).

Rabbit (19th & 26th Oct, 3 on 20th Oct, 4 on 30th Oct), Squirrel (19th Oct, 2 on 20th & 26th Oct), Bank Vole (21st, 25th & 30th Oct, 2 on 28th & 31st Oct) and Bat sp (30th Oct).

Snail (26th Oct).

Oct 1st – Oct 18th 2019
Spotted Flycatcher (2nd Oct), Sparrowhawk (2nd , 6th & 8th Oct), Jay (2 on 2nd Oct, 5th Oct), Lapwing (14 on 2nd Oct, 25 on 4th Oct, 7 on 5th Oct, 20 on 6th Oct), Kingfisher (3 on 2nd & 5th – 6th Oct, 4th , 13th – 14th & 16th Oct, 2 on 11th & 18th Oct), Little Egret (2nd Oct), Wigeon (f on 2nd , 4th & 14th Oct, 2f on 7th Oct, 2 on 16th Oct), Willow Warbler (2nd & 5th Oct), Pied Wagtail (2nd Oct), Great Spotted Woodpecker (2nd & 14th Oct, 2 on 5th Oct), Nuthatch (2nd , 5th , 11th & 18th Oct, 2 on 7th & 14th Oct), Little Grebe (3 on 2nd & 5th Oct, 4 on 6th Oct, 5 on 11th Oct), Stonechat (*) – Male recorded by Graham Smith with Geoff Lapworth 2 Oct 2019 from Lynsters viewpoint – First record for the reserve, Blackcap (2nd & 4th – 6th Oct), Snipe (4th Oct, 2 on 7th Oct), Green Sandpiper (4th , 8th , 14th & 16th Oct, 3 on 6th Oct, 2 on 7th Oct), Shoveler (2m on 4th Oct, 2 on 6th Oct, Pair on 7th & 16th Oct), Teal (40 on 4th Oct, 5th Oct, 30 on 6th -7th Oct, 28 on 13th Oct, 20 on 14th Oct), Coal Tit (5th , 7th - 8th , 11th & 18th Oct, 2 on 6th Oct), Cormorant (5th Oct), Buzzard (5th & 8th – 9th Oct), Egyptian Goose (2 on 5th , 7th – 8th & 11th Oct, 3 on 6th Oct), Chiffchaff (5th Oct, 2 on 6th Oct), Magpie (22 on 5th Oct, 44 on 8th Oct), Pheasant (m on 5th Oct), Blackbird (5th Oct), Grey Heron (5th Oct), Blue Tit (5th Oct), Great Tit (5th Oct), Long-tailed Tit (5th Oct), Dunnock (5th Oct), Robin (5th Oct), Mallard (5th Oct), Moorhen (5th Oct), Coot (5th Oct), Crow (10+ on 5th Oct, 9th Oct), Wren (5th Oct), Peregrine (6th Oct), Redwing (4 on 6th Oct, 8 on 12th Oct, 25 on 16th Oct, 17th Oct), Goldcrest (2 on 6th Oct), Tufted Duck (m on 6th Oct), Gadwall (5 on 6th Oct, 7 on 7th Oct, 9 on 13th Oct), Canada Goose (17 on Lynsters Farm on 8th Oct), Kestrel (9th Oct), Red Kite (3 on 9th Oct), Treecreeper (11th Oct), Cetti’s Warbler (Heard on 11th , 13th & 16th Oct), Goldfinch (12th Oct), Pochard (f on 14th & 18th Oct), Common Gull (17th Oct) and Grey Wagtail (18th Oct).

Willow Emerald (2 on 2nd Oct, m on 16th Oct), Migrant Hawker (2 on 5th Oct, 6th & 10th Oct, m on 9th Oct) and Common Darter (6th – 7th, 10th & 17th Oct, 2 on 9th Oct). Snout (4th Oct), Pale Tussock (Caterpillar on 10th Oct), Brick Moth (17th Oct), Red Admiral (6th – 7th & 10th Oct, 2 on 9th Oct), Small White (6th Oct), Comma (6th – 7th & 10th Oct, 2 on 17th Oct) and Speckled Wood (10th Oct). Figwort Sawfly (Larva on 4th Oct), Pill Woodlouse (5th Oct), Hornet (5+ on 5th Oct), Wasp (10+ on 5th Oct), Ivy Bee (10th Oct), Hoverfly sp (10th Oct), Blue Shieldbug (2 on 10th Oct) and Red-legged Shieldbug (10th Oct).

Jelly Ear (2nd Oct), Yellow Brain, Bonnet species (2nd Oct), Oysterlings (2nd Oct), Saffron Bonnet (2nd Oct), Silver Leaf (2nd Oct), Turkey-tail (2nd Oct), Bracket sp (6th Oct), Dead Man’s fingers (16th & 18th Oct), Ink Cap (16th & 18th Oct), Puffball (18th Oct), Sheathed Woodtuft (Galerina mutabilis) (3 on 18th Oct), Willow Shield Mushroom (Pluteus salicinus) (18th Sep), Golden Scalycap (Pholiota aurivella) (18th Oct), Southern Bracket (Ganoderma australe) (18th Oct), Artist’s Fungus (Ganoderma applanatum) (18th Oct) and Wood Mushroom (5+ on 18th Oct).

Red Fox (5th – 6th Oct), Squirrel (4 on 5th Oct), Rabbit (4 on 5th Oct, 6th Oct) and Bat sp (6th Oct). 12th Oct - Thanks to Patty for surveying the boxes on a very wet day and to Colin for helping out. The good news is that there was some success. Two Common Pipistrelle were found in Bat Box 10, hanging on the Rotunda end of the Double Decker Hide and a mating triplet (2 females and 1 male) were found in Bat Box 2, which is hanging on a Poplar on the corner just before the Double Decker Hide.

Common Newt (5th Oct) and Frog (5th Oct).

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