This morning was very quiet at the lagoons, with the highlight being a small flock of thirteen Common Snipe being seen, flying around the Slurry Lagoon before disappearing into the reeds. A Green Sandpiper was still present on the EcoPark. PS.
This morning a Knot flew in to the Slurry Lagoon. It alighted briefly on the water surface and swam about before moving to the muddy margin in the back right-hand corner by the reed bed. Later in the day the Knot was gone but a Green Sandpiper and a Common Snipe were seen along the muddy margin in front of the reeds. PS.
This morning two Ruddy Shelduck and twenty Common Snipe were seen on the Ecopark pool. Two female Goosanders flew over and a skein of 120 Pink-footed Geese went to the west. Two Peregrines were seen hunting from the pylons and four Water Rail were heard calling from the reed-beds. PS.
Also two Green Sandpipers on the Ecopark and two Bearded Tits in the Slurry Lagoon reed-bed. RW.
A Great White Egret was on the Slurry Lagoon this afternoon, plus four Common Snipe and a Green Sandpiper. A Dunlin and a Greenshank were on the riverside flash. RW.
This afternoon a Jack Snipe and 15 Common Snipe were on the Slurry Lagoon and a Green Sandpiper was on the flooded field across the river. RW.
About forty Lesser Redpolls were seen in the late morning. There were also nine Common Snipe on the Slurry Lagoon. In the late afternoon a Bearded Tit was heard at the dry end of the Slurry Lagoon. RW.
The male Bearded Tit was showing again in the Slurry Lagoon reed bed. Also recorded were five Common Snipe, six Water Rail and sixteen Goldeneye. A Peregrine was on one of the pylons. RW.
This morning, on the Wader Scrape, there was a Jack Snipe near the water’s edge and four Common Snipe in the taller vegetation. A male and a female Stonechat were also present. PS.
This afternoon a small flock of about 12 Waxwings were grabbing the last of the hawthorn berries in bushes along the Ouse Dyke. A Common Snipe flew out of the Dyke and one of the Chiffchaffs was feeding close to the water near Teal Close. JMD.
This afternoon two Dunlin, two Little Ringed Plover, one Ringed Plover and a Common Snipe were all feeding along the Slurry Lagoon waterline while a Common Buzzard circled lazily on the thermals. JMD.
Later they were joined by a Little Egret and two more Dunlin. PS.