Cosmeston

In the last few days there have been anything up to 30-40 Redwing in the W paddock area, and an occasional Fieldfare. The 200 or so Tufties are comnstantly present, with about 10 Pochard and a pair of Gadwall that are not visible every day. The photos are from yesterday. The Heron was resting on the horizontal dead tree by E lake near the main bridge. When we arrived I imeediately noticted the big size difference between the two immature Herring Gulls shown. A Green Woodpecker was actively feeding in E paddock until we inadvertently disturbed it when it flew up on to the kissing gate into the Mile Road, where it kept and eye on the Magpie. One of the Cardiff Bay female Ring-necked Ducks was reported in the afternoon at Cossie today [on BirdGuides], and a Black Redstart near Atlantic Wharf, Cardiff.

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