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This page is a placeholder and incomplete. This is currently complete (as of 27-Oct) to 31st March from available WWT sightings photos.


Little GrebeEdit

Three pairs reared broods, although in each case only a small number of chicks (max of five seen on any one date). Seem to have been less successful that in 2006.

Great Crested GrebeEdit

Two or three pairs. Only one pair appear to have raised any chicks, although these managed to raise four young. Three juveniles seen on 24/10/ assumed to be part of this brood.

CormorantEdit

Recorded all year. Numbers increase in winter. 30 recorded on 20th February, 51 26th February 3rd March, 230



Bittern

Single bird present in first winter period to 05/03/. Recorded on most dates in Jan and Feb.

Little Egret


Grey Heron


Mute Swan


Greylag


White fronted Goose

3 on 20/01/


Canada Goose


Egyptian Goose


Shelduck

Regular visitor

singles on 12/02/, 14/02/, 16/02, 19-21/02/ 5th March 27th March


Mandarin


Wigeon

Max counts
Jan 47 (03/01)
Feb 
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec


Gadwall


Max counts Jan 53 (14/01)
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec


Teal


Max counts Jan 358 (14/01) Feb 384 ((12/02) Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec


Mallard


Max counts Jan 204 (14/01) Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec


'Pintail' Always difficult in London to decide which Pintail are plastic and which aren't. Records include 6 birds on 03/01/; 11 on 17/02; 7 on 24/02/

27th February, twelve 1st March, twelve


Garganey Singles 15th March

Shoveler


Max counts Jan 208 (14/01) Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec


Red-crested Pochard Assumed that all London records refer to plastic individuals.
17th February, one



Pochard


Max counts Jan 47 (14/01/) Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec


Tufted Duck


Max counts Jan 268 (14/01) Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec


Goldeneye 27th February, two


Goosander

1, 14/01/

Ruddy Duck

Honey Buzzard


Red Kite


Sparrowhawk Recorded all year and breeds locally.


Common Buzzard Singles unless otherwise stated 19th February 2nd March 25th March 26th March 27th March 30th March


Kestrel Recorded all year and breeds locally. Up to four birds recorded on site at any one time (eg 27/01/).

Hobby


Peregrine Recorded all year


Water Rail Resident. Almost certainly breeds. Jan 2 (05/01/)


Moorhen


Coot


Stone Curlew 3rd March, one flew onto the Main Lake


Little Ringed Plover


Ringed Plover


Golden Plover

Single flying south 27/09/


Grey Plover


Lapwing

Resident. Max counts Jan Feb 213 (18/02/) Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec



Dunlin 29th March, one



Common Snipe Passage and winter visitor. Jan (5); March 14 (9th March)


Jack Snipe

Winter visitor. Single bird(s) present throughout the winter, although inconspicuous so not recorded on all dates. Multiple birds sometimes also seen: 2 on 07/01/, 2 14/03/



Black tailed Godwit


Whimbrel


Curlew 1, 25/01/


Redshank Breeds and occasional visitor during the rest of the year. 1, 14/01/ 5th March, one 7th-15th March, four 15th March onwards, five 25th March onwards, six 28th March, ten


Greenshank


Green Sandpiper


Wood Sandpiper


Common Sandpiper Fairly common passage migrant. Also outside period: Feb 1 record (10/02)



Turnstone


Mediterranean Gull Singles on the following dates 21st January 18th February



Little Gull


Black headed Gull


Common Gull


Lesser Black backed Gull


Herring Gull


Yellow legged Gull Recorded most months Jan 4 (07/01/) 26th February, 2nd winter 4th March, two 5th March, four (1st and second winters) 8th March, one 2nd winter 9th March, one first summer, one second summer (not sure that's really right 1s = 1st calendar yr) 11th March, four 18th March, one 1st winter


Caspian Gull Singles unless otherwise stated 7th January 19th February 24th February (1st winter, but my photos) 2nd March 4th March, 1st winter 5th March, 1st winter 11th March, two 25th March (claimed 1st summer so assume 1w, or is it 1st summer?) 31st March, two (1st summers)



Great Black backed Gull


Sandwich Tern


Common Tern

Little Tern


Feral Pigeon


Stock Dove


Woodpigeon


Collared Dove Increased number of records in winter, two pairs bred in the area.


Turtle Dove


Ring necked Parakeet


Cuckoo


Tawny Owl


Swift


Kingfisher Recorded in Jan,


Green Woodpecker



Great Spotted Woodpecker


Lesser Spotted Woodpecker 3rd March 10th March



Skylark Singles on 21st February


Sand Martin First of the year on 4th March.


Swallow First migrants on 24th March (three).


House Martin


Tree Pipit


Meadow Pipit


Rock Pipit Passage and winter visitor. Singles on 12th February 27th February 28th February 2nd March 3rd March 4th March 9th March 10th March 16th March 23rd March


Water Pipit Singles on: 10th March 18th March 25th March 26th March 27th March 31st March


Yellow Wagtail


Grey Wagtail


Pied Wagtail

White wagtail 10th March



Wren


Dunnock


Robin

Whinchat


Stonechat 2 birds present all winter (to WHEN? Feb at least) 5 birds on 19 February


Wheatear singles on 16th March 20th March 23rd March 25th March 30th March



Blackbird


Fieldfare 10th March, fourteen


Song Thrush


Redwing Passage migrant and winter visitor Feb 1, 12/02/; 3, 18/02/; 3rd March, four 10th March, four 25th March, two


Mistle Thrush


Sedge Warbler


Reed Warbler


Lesser Whitethroat


Whitethroat


Garden Warbler


Blackcap First migrant on 15th March


Chiffchaff First summer migrants (two) on 8th March


Willow Warbler First migrant on 31st March


Goldcrest


Spotted Flycatcher


Long tailed Tit

Coal Tit


Blue Tit


Great Tit

Treecreeper

Jay


Magpie


Jackdaw


Carrion Crow

Rook 18th January, one


Starling


House Sparrow


Crossbill 25th March, one


Chaffinch

Brambling

2, 30/09/

Greenfinch

Goldfinch

Linnet

Reed Bunting

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