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Birds seen at The Woodland Education Centre
September 2004

Records courtesy of Rosemary Tilbury

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3rd. September 27th. September 30th. September
Coal tit Log Cabin area    
Long-tailed tit Maple Walk, Wetlands   Around trees by the Lake and behind Lakeside Classroom. Log Cabin area
Great tit Maple Walk Trees behind Lakeside Classroom. Path towards Log Cabin. Dragonfly Pond areas Beech Walk, Behind toilets & Log Cabin area
Blue tit Maple Walk Path towards Log Cabin. Dragonfly Pond area. The Hide. Beech Walk, Behind toilets
Marsh tit Wetlands Trees behind Lakeside Classroom. Path towards Log Cabin. Dragonfly Pond areas Behind toilets, Log Cabin area. Monument Pond
Woodpigeon Beech Walk Maple Walk Maple Walk, Trees around the Lake
Blackbird Most areas of reserve Maple Walk. Path towards Log Cabin. Maple Walk
Robin Most areas of reserve Maple Walk. Path towards Log Cabin. Beech Walk. Log Cabin area
Wren     Beech Walk. Monument Pond
Dunnock   The Hide  
Chaffinch   Path towards Log Cabin The Log Cabin area. Monument Pond
Moorhen   Lake area. Dragonfly Pond area Lake and Dragonfly Pond areas
Jay     Four flew over the Lake
Raven     Flying over the Lake
Chiffchaff Only one. Dragonfly Pond area   Beech Walk
Bullfinch     Trees around the Hide
Treecreeper Beech Walk    
Nuthatch Beech Walk Path towards Log Cabin. Dragonfly Pond area Cabin area. Monument Pond
Goldcrest     Log Cabin area
Firecrest     See Below*
Buzzard Log Cabin area    
Great spotted woodpecker Beech Walk   Beech Walk
House martin Flying high over the Lake    
Kingfisher The Lake    
Grey wagtail   Female, on lily pad on the Lake On lily pad on the Lake. Dragonfly Pond area (fence)
Mistle Thrush   Green works caravan area. Small flock flew onto trees at 4.45pm possible migrants. Single bird on top of fir tree, near road entrance to reserve, past green works caravan.


* Firecrest. From Beech walk, along Maple walk and over bridge, past group of fir trees on left, seen on lone fir tree (small) on left. Male, Good sighting, 1.15 pm. 30 th. Sept.

TOTAL 26 Different species


Butterflies, Dragonflies & Damselflies seen during September on reserve.

Speckled Wood, Comma, Red Admiral, Peacock, Common Blue, Small Copper, Painted Lady, Small Tortoishell, Brimstone.

Dragonflies: Southern Hawker, (Male and Female), Common Darter, (Male and Female), Ruddy Darter 2 Males, (One on lake, the other on dragonfly pond)


Bird Records


Related Links


Wet Woodland Bird Survey



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