The Starling roost was up to about 12,000 this evening and they gave a very impressive murmuration. JMD.
This evening the Starling murmuration held about 8,000 birds. A Bearded Tit dropped in to roost, two Egyptian Geese were feeding on the Severn/Trent field beside the Boundary Hedge and a Barn Owl was hunting around the Large Gravel Pit. JMD.
This evening about 5,000 Starlings came in to roost in the Slurry Lagon reed bed. A Bearded Tit was heard calling from the reed bed and a Green Sandpiper was seen. RW.
This afternoon a Bearded Tit was seen in the Slurry Lagoon reedbed. 2,000 Starlings came in to roost and there were two Green Sandpipers. RW.
The Starling murmuration tonight reached approximately 10,000 birds and their aerial manoeuvres were quite spectacular. JDn.
The Starling murmuration this evening was at least 6,000 strong and beautiful against theevening sky. JMD
This morning two Peregrines were on the new pylon and a Redpoll flew over the site. PS
In the evening about 4,000 Starlings came in to roost. RW.
This evening 3,500 Starlings came into the Slurry Lagoon reed bed to roost. One Peregrine was also seen. RW.
1,800 Starlings roosted in the Slurry Lagoon reed beds this evening. Two Peregrines were seen and three House Martins. RW.
This afternoon the Slurry Lagoon held a Bittern, seven Bearded Tits, five Water Rail, one Jack Snipe, nine Common Snipe, fourteen Lapwings and around 250 Starlings. RW.