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Saturday 10th October 2015

October 10, 2015

BOSTON PARK – 1 Little Egret (TR)

POOR PIECE – 1 JACK SNIPE, 5 Snipe and 18 Teal (TR)

PACKARDS NORTH/SOUTH TRAMWAY – a probable ROCK PIPIT was flushed and called once before being lost (TR)

NEW PORTERS – 1f Marsh Harrier (TR)

KILHAM – 1j+1imm m+1a/f Marsh Harrier, 1 Sparrowhawk and 2m+1f Stonechat (JR)

STAINFORTH MOOR DRAIN SF – 1 Grey Wagtail (JR)

ALDERFEN/TUNNEL PITS – 3 Buzzard, 1 Curlew, 70+ Lapwing, 1j Peregrine (CN)

ETHELMOOR – c.200 Pink-footed Geese (TR)

PACKARDS NORTH – 80 Pink-footed Geese W before birds on Ethelmoor to east seen (TR). 1 Lapwing, 1 ROCK PIPIT probably a different bird as a considerable distance to the north (N of middle tram by eastern Osprey snag) of the main Tram and did not call during the hour and a half that observer was with the bird even when flushed several times; and 2 Snipe departed SW, also what sounded like a fairly large flock of Pink-footed Geese could be heard calling from Ethelmoor (CCR)

 Rock Pipit4 on HM 10-10 CCR 2015

Rock Pipit2 on HM 10-10 CCR 2015

A couple of poor phonescoped record shots of the Rock Pipit in fading light on Packards North this afternoon (CCR)

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