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Bearded tits & Flooded Paths

Posted by LeightonMoss 
Bearded tits & Flooded Paths
October 05, 2019 12:57PM
Bearded tits have been showing extremely well all week at the grit trays by the path to Grisedale. They have also been seen at the Causeway trays. Please make a note of any colour-ringed birds (sequence of colours on both legs required) and forward the details to Leighton.moss@rspb.org.uk and / or johnwilson711@btinternet.com Thank you.
Due to the high water levels, wellies are a necessity on the reserve - all hide and path access requires wading through water.
The only exception to this is the Morecambe / Allen hides where several species of waders continue to show well including little stints, greenshanks etc. Kingfisher and up to 7 great white egret may also be seen.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 05/10/2019 12:58PM by LeightonMoss.
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