Sunday, 10 January 2010

Amwell in the snow

A visit to Amwell this morning produced two BITTERNS standing on the ice by the reed bed left of the White Hide viewed from the watchpoint. They stood motionless either side of one of the bays and looked like book-ends. They then walked, one about 3 foot behind the other, along the side of the reed bed and disappeared into the next bay. Also 4 Smew, 1 male and 3 females, on Great Hardmead Lake, 2 female Red-crested Pochard on Hollycross Lake, and 40 Siskin and 4 Lesser Redpoll in the Alders by the railway (Alan Reynolds)

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