Thursday, 13 August 2009


Took a tour of King's Meads this morning. The pools are as deep as ever with water lapping right up to the grass and reedy banks, so no chance of any waders there. Carried on round the rest of the meads , looking for any yellow wagtails, chats etc. Walked across Park Mead at the extreme western end and flushed a BLACK-TAILED GODWIT from the floods, yes floods!! The whole mead is fairly soggy and is flooded up to 6 inches in places, quite bizarre for the middle of August. The godwit circled for a bit then landed once I had moved on. No chats or anything else for that matter (Alan Reynolds)

Tyttenhanger GP today had 2 DUNLIN on the spit mid-morning (Steve Blake)

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