Birds seen at The Woodland Education Centre
June 2006

Records courtesy of Rosemary Tilbury

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Juvenile Robin

Moorhen chick


Blackcap Female feeding three juveniles Maple Walk. Most areas of reserve.
Long-tailed tit Maple Walk.
Great tit Beech Walk. Monument Pond.
Blue tit Beech Walk, Maple Walk
Marsh tit Maple Walk. Family near Dragonfly Pond. Juveniles near Log Cabin.
Coal tit On firs near Log Cabin. Kingfisher Pond area.
Dunnock Near Dragonfly Pond.
Woodpigeon Maple Walk. Most areas of reserve.
Blackbird Beech Walk. Maple Walk. Most areas of reserve.
Robin Beech Walk, Maple Walk. Most areas of reserve.
Wren Maple Walk. Four chicks being fed by both parents, The Lake area.
Chaffinch Most areas of reserve.
Greenfinch Heathland.
Mallard Two females on The Lake. Female Kingfisher Pond area.
Moorhen One adult and chick on The Lake. Adult and three chicks on The Lake. Juvenile on Dragonfly Pond.
Jay Juvenile, on fir trees near Log Cabin. Two juveniles Monument Pond area.
Crow Beech Walk.
Rook Flying over Heathland.
Magpie Maple Walk.
Goldcrest On large fir trees near main entrance. Firs near Log Cabin.
Nuthatch Beech Walk
Bullfinch Family near The Lake.
Buzzard Flying over The Lake.
Great spotted woodpecker (Male) near the Lake. Female and juvenile on dead tree near the Lake.
Green woodpecker Juvenile seen near The Hide. Female feeding juvenile on alder tree in the centre of Dragonfly Pond.
Song thrush Juvenile seen Glow worm rise area. Adults seen around green works caravan and near Lake Classroom.
Mistle thrush Maple Walk
Chiffchaff Most areas of reserve.
Martins Green works caravan area, high in sky; the Heathland.
Swallows Feeding on insects over The Lake.
Grey wagtail Female on fence near The Lake.
Treecreeper On oak tree near Lake Classroom.


TOTAL 32 Different species



Butterflies seen during June on reserve.

Speckled Wood, Comma, Brimstone, Peacock, Common Blue, Meadow Brown, Red Admiral, Small Skipper, Green-Veined White, Dingy Skipper.


Large Red, Common Blue, Blue-tailed. Beautiful demoiselle (male and female)


Male and female Emperor. Broad-bodied Chaser. Four-spotted Chaser.


Cinnabar Moth. Humming-bird hawk-moth seen drinking from a puddle near main entrance. Two further Humming-bird hawk-moths seen flying towards Dragonfly pond.


Bird Records


Related Links


Wet Woodland Bird Survey