Fly Flatts - single Redshank. No sign of Snow Bunting.
Royds Hall area - 36 species recorded including - 2 Goosander, Goldeneye, GCG,
2 Little Grebe, 25 Fieldfare, 2 Redwing, 4 Cormorant, Nuthatch & Kestrel.
Stockbridge Reserve ( members only) - Water Rail seen briefly (twice), Peregrine, Sparrowhawk, Kestrel, Siskin, plenty of Goldfinch everywhere, Reed Bunting.
Shaun Radcliffe et al
The tarn was about half covered in ice but in the open areas the following birds were noted:
22 Tufted Ducks, four Pochards (three males and a female), seven Great Crested Grebes, 12 Mute Swans, Coots, Moorhens and a flock of about 50 Black-headed Gulls with a couple of Common Gulls.
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