This morning a Brambling was calling from the bushes at the dry end of the Slurry Lagoon and nearby, in the Birches, was a small flock of Lesser Redpolls. A Redshank was heard calling from the Slurry Lagoon and the female Pintail was still present. PS
This evening 3,500 Starlings came into the Slurry Lagoon reed bed to roost. One Peregrine was also seen. RW.
This morning a Peregrine flew over carrying a pigeon, while on the river bank a good view of a Stoat was obtained which was being shadowed by a small flock of Song Thrushes and several Magpies. Later a Kestrel and a Sparrowhawk were seen, and also 10 Golden Plover were on the slurry. AE