Glovershaw- The situation was very much the same with a tremendous amount of activity across the moor. This was Glovershaw at its best. The additions included four Wheatears, three pairs of Grey Partridge and three pairs of Reed Bunting. 19 singing Willow Warblers were counted on the Sconce and Baildon side of the moor.
Tong Park Dam - nesting Mute Swan & Coot, pair of Common Sandpiper, pair of Redshank, Little Grebe courtship witnessed, female Reed Bunting, 3 Bullfinch.
Bradup - 2 Wheatear, pair of Linnet, Redshank, 3 Snipe drumming.
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