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Wednesday, 16 November 2011

Napton Reservoir

I decided to head for Napton Reservoir at first light in the hope that something had dropped in and was staying due to the November mist. Napton is about the only local reservoir holding its normal water levels due to it being a canal feeder. However, only the usual and expected birds were to be observed and with poor light and mist, no images.

Sightings:

Magpie; Black Headed Gull; Wood Pigeon; Carrion Crow; Fieldfare; Collared Dove; Coot; Wigeon; Tufted Duck; Mute Swan; Great Crested Grebe; Mallard; Moorhen; Pied Wagtail; Canada Goose; Gadwall; LBB Gull; Green Woodpecker; Blackbird; Pochard; Shoveler; Robin; Greenfinch; Wren; Blue Tit; Great Tit; Redwing; Jackdaw; Lapwing; Common Gull; Chaffinch; Dabchick; Teal; Bullfinch; Kestrel.

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