Birds seen at The Woodland Education Centre
May 2005

Records courtesy of Rosemary Tilbury

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Great Tit

Wood Pigeon

 

 

10th May

23rd May

Coal tit Trees behind the Lake. Fir trees by Log Cabin. Most areas of reserve.
Long-tailed tit Path leading towards Log Cabin. Log Cabin area. Heathlands.
Great tit Beech Walk. Green works caravan area. Most areas of reserve.
Blue tit Beech walk. Maple Walk. Green works caravan area. Most areas of reserve.
Marsh tit Monument Pond.  
Woodpigeon Maple Walk. Green works caravan area. Beech walk. Monument Pond.
Blackbird Maple walk. Green works caravan area. Most areas of reserve.
Robin Beech walk. Green works caravan area. Most areas of reserve.
Swallow Feeding on insects over the Lake. (Good number) Feeding on insects over the Lake and Dragonfly Pond.
Martins   Flying over Dragonfly Pond (with Swallows)
Song thrush Lake area. Green works caravan area. Green works caravan area.
Wren Maple Walk. Green works caravan area. The Wetlands, Log Cabin and Lakeside Classroom areas
Chaffinch   Monument Pond
Mallard (Male) On the Lake. (Male) Dragonfly Pond.(Male and 3 Female) On Lake.
Moorhen On Lake. Around Dragonfly Pond. The Wetlands. Kingfisher Pond. Dragonfly Pond (with chicks).
Sparrowhawk   (Male) Log Cabin area
Raven   High over Log Cabin.
Bullfinch Trees behind the Lake. Around Dragonfly Pond. (Male) Rhododendrons by the Lake.

Trees by wooden steps.

Treecreeper   Log Cabin area
Nuthatch Trees behind the Lake. Trees by green works caravan. Beech Walk.
Blackcap Most areas of reserve. Most areas of reserve.
Chiffchaff Most areas of reserve. Most areas of reserve.
Goldcrest Fir trees by the Log Cabin. Fir trees by main entrance
Buzzard (Pair) high over the Lake.  
Great spotted woodpecker   (Male) Dead tree by the Lake. (Female)Trees by toilets.
Pheasant Beech Walk.  
Kingfisher   Wetlands, near the Lake (on 29th May at 1.45pm.)

TOTAL 27 Different species

 

Butterflies seen during May on reserve.

Speckled Wood, Peacock, Brimstone, Orange-Tip, Green-Veined White. Small White. Small Tortoiseshell, Common Blue, Red Admiral.

 

Damselflies seen during May on reserve

Common Blue, Large Red

 

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Birds

Wet Woodland Bird Survey