Cosmeston

In a brief visit this morning: 1 1stW Greater Scaup was with the Tufties on W lake, plus a few Pochard, a pair of Shoveler and a pair of Gadwall. I couldn’t find the Wigeon that Graham Smith had seen. The Tufties still number about 200, and most of them are drakes. A Great Spotted Woodpecker flew over E paddock and I managed to snap a confiding female Pied Wag that was feeding in the mown patch just outside the entrance gate into E paddock.

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