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Levens Park

Posted by Jeff Butcher 
Levens Park
May 20, 2020 03:56PM
First lockdown easing foray outside SD46 M tetrad in 8 weeks

Circular walk through Levens Park before it got too busy this morning: (0905 - 11.50)
1 raven, 1 buzzard, 2 stock doves, 2 fem goosander, 1 little egret, 3 sand martins, 1 swallow (over high)
1 whitethroat, 1 kingfisher, 2 jays, 1 nuthatch, 1 cormorant, 1 great spotted woodpecker,
1 grey wagtail, 1 pied wagtail

Surprised by how few sand martins, no local swallows or house martins, no common sandpiper, no dipper.

Jeff B
PB
Re: Levens Park
May 21, 2020 09:10AM
there was common sandpiper there on 19th, but like you, no dipper.

also a pair of gadwall on the river
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