The wader spectacle continues – here’s a quick update of what’s been spotted at the reserve.
This week’s (so far) star bird is wood sandpiper. There has been at least 2 of these little beauties showing between marshland and xerox hides.
Other sightings include:-
Black tailed godwit
Bittern have been seen regularly – Singleton hide seems a favoured spot.
Grey wagtails have been spotted as well as yellow and pied wagtails, the latter often feeding youngsters.
Great crested grebe spotted as well as a plethora of little grebes with lots of youngsters around too.
Black tailed godwits moving around the reserve.
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