This morning two Ravens flew over the reserve. A Snipe was on the little beach in front of the Causeway bench and five Little Egrets were at the back of the Slurry Lagoon. PS
This morning a Great White Egret flew over the Slurry Lagoon and down into the Ouse Dyke. Two Egyptian Geese flew over the site, a Reed Warbler was still foraging in the Slurry Lagoon reed-bed, and a Raven flew up from the Slurry Lagoon to the pylons carrying a large piece of food. PS.
This evening there were three Caspian Gulls and four Yellow-legged Gulls on the Enva roof. MC.
This morning there were two Snipe at the front of the reeds on the Slurry Lagoon. Three Reed Warblers were foraging near the bench and a Hobby did a couple of circuits of the lagoon in pursuit of dragonflies. There were still lots of Chiffchaffs and some Blackcaps about, and a Grey Wagtail was on the river. PS.
This morning, along the Lower Path, a Spotted Flycatcher was seen amongst a flock of tits and warblers. Further along the path two more Spotted Flycatchers were catching flies from the overhead wires. Also seen were a Hobby, Jay, Whitethroat and Blackcap. PS.
Late this afternoon two male Willow Emeralds were seen by the ford on the Lower Path. They were seen on the Sallows. RW.
This morning a juvenile Spotted Redshank was seen on the Ecopark. It flew off towards the river, calling, but could not be relocated. On a little beach near the railway bridge on the river a Common Sandpiper was feeding. MC. PS.
A juvenile Black Tern was seen on the Slurry Lagoon this afternoon. IEP.
This afternoon there were two Black-necked Grebes on the Slurry Lagoon. there were also three Swifts hawking insects overhead. TK.
This morning there was a Greenshank on the Ecopark, and a Snipe on the Slurry Lagoon, with four Wigeon. In the afternoon, a Hobby, Marsh Harrier, Buzzard, Sparrowhawk, two Kestrels and a Peregrine were seen. Also two Dunlin flew over the site. A Water Shrew was seen in the Ouse Dyke. IEP.