Offwell Woodland & Wildlife Trust

Promoting the British Countryside


About us Conservation Education Wildlife Habitats Maps Search Resources Sponsors

Birds seen at The Woodland Education Centre
May 2004

Records courtesy of Rosemary Tilbury

map.jpg (3955 bytes)

(Click on the map to go to an interactive map of the Centre.)


buzzard2.JPG (543852 bytes)

pheasant.JPG (107836 bytes)


Hen Pheasant with chick


5th. May 26th. May 29th. May
Coal tit   Fir trees by Log Cabin
Long-tailed tit By Log Cabin, Kingfisher Pond area, Maple Walk and by Lake  
Great tit Kingfisher and Dragonfly pond areas  
Blue tit Kingfisher and Dragonfly pond areas   Wetland area
Marsh tit   Fir trees by Log Cabin  
Woodpigeon   Maple Walk area
Raven   Pair flew high over Lake  
Blackbird Most areas of reserve
Robin   Maple walk and Lake area
Wren   Maple Walk and Dragonfly Pond area
Chaffinch Maple Walk and Dragonfly Pond area   Maple Walk
Mallard Monument Pond and Lake. Male and Female    
Moorhen Kingfisher Pond area Monument Pond  
Heron Flew over Lake    
Grey wagtail   On Leat, near toilets  
Chiffchaff Most areas of reserve Good numbers heard and seen
Bullfinch     In rhododendron bushes towards green works caravan
Treecreeper Kingfisher Pond area    
Nuthatch     Beech Walk
Goldcrest Mainly in Firs, different parts of reserve Difficult to spot but mainly in Firs, different parts of reserve  
Mistle thrush Near Lake    
Song thrush Beech Walk and near green works caravan   Beech Walk
Buzzard Pair, flying towards Beech Walk Flying high over Lake being mobbed by Crow Flew out of Fir trees by Log Cabin
Blackcap Most areas of reserve
Green woodpecker   Near large Beech tree overhanging Lake  
Great spotted woodpecker   On tree near classroom  
Swallow   Feeding on insects over Lake  
House martin Flying high over green works caravan   
Pheasant     Green works caravan area


Butterflies, Dragonflies & Damselflies seen during May on reserve.


Brimstone, Orange tip, Small and Large white, Green-veined white, Small Tortoiseshell, Peacock, Comma, Speckled wood, Small Copper, Holly Blue, Common Blue,

Large red Damselfly, Beautiful Damselfly (Male and Female), Common blue Damselfly, Azure Damselfly.

Dragonfly: Broad-bodied chaser, (Male), This fine specimen seen opposite Dragonfly Pond, near Log Cabin 29th. May at 4.30pm.


Bird Records


Related Links


Wet Woodland Bird Survey



Copyright Offwell Woodland & Wildlife Trust 1998/9 & 2000/1/2/3/4

All the information including images, charts, movies and sounds is provided copyright free, only for educational use by: schools, colleges and universities unless you are making a charge. If you wish to use information or any part of this site for commercial purposes or for any purpose where a charge is made then you must get permission, so make sure you contact us first. Remember, if you are not a school, college or university you must obtain permission to use any part of this website. Note that company logos are reproduced with permission and remain copyright of their respective owners.