Birds seen at The Woodland Education Centre
July 2006

Records courtesy of Rosemary Tilbury

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Willow Warbler Treecreeper

Willow Warbler



Blackcap (female) By green works caravan, feeding her chicks. (Blackcaps seen most areas of reserve.)
Willow warbler Bushes near Log Cabin.
Long-tailed tit Maple Walk.
Great tit Fir trees near Log Cabin.
Blue tit Log Cabin area. Glow-worm Rise. Kingfisher Pond.
Marsh tit Glow-worm Rise area. Log Cabin area.
Coal tit Fir trees near Log Cabin. Kingfisher Pond.
Dunnock Near Monument Pond.
Woodpigeon Most areas of reserve.
Blackbird Most areas of reserve.
Robin Most areas of reserve.
Wren The Lake area.
Chaffinch Dragonfly Pond area.
Mallard (2, female) The Wetlands.
Moorhen On The Lake.
Jay (juvenile) On fir trees near Dragonfly Pond.
Crow Flying over woodland.
Goldcrest Fir trees near Log Cabin. Near The Hide.
Nuthatch Beech Walk.
Bullfinch Green works caravan area. (male) Dragonfly Pond area.
Buzzard (2) Near Lake Classroom, by The Lake.
Great spotted woodpecker Flying across The Lake.
Mistle thrush Near The Hide
Chiffchaff Most areas of reserve.
Martins Flying over Monument Pond.
Swallows Catching insects over The Lake.
Treecreeper Near The Hide, Wetland area.

TOTAL 27 Different species



Butterflies seen during July on reserve.

Marbled White, Speckled Wood, Large White, Small White, Brimstone, Red Admiral, Meadow Brown, Common Blue, Peacock, Gate keeper, Clouded Yellow, Ringlet, Comma, White Admiral, Silver-washed Fritillary, High Brown Fritillary (Rare species), Painted lady, Small tortoiseshell.


Emerald (male), Blue-tailed, Large Red, Common Blue.


Common Darter (male), Ruddy Darter (male), Southern Hawker (male), Golden Ring (female)



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Related Links


Wet Woodland Bird Survey