Monday, 5 July 2010

Water level dropping at King's Meads and more non-naturalised BARNACLE GEESE in county

Sunday sightings

At last the water levels on West Pool at King's Mead has started to subside and there is now a muddy margin along most of the west bank, up to 4 metres wide in places.Today, to start things rolling, 62 Lapwing and 2 Little Ringed Plovers were present (Alan Reynolds).

Three non-naturalised BARNACLE GEESE spent the day at Wilstone Reservoir, where also 6 Common Sandpipers were present, and a Green Sandpiper nearby on the Sewage Farm (Dave Bilcock) (see photo above)

The BLACK-NECKED GREBE remained at Rye Meads RSPB

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