Birds seen at The Woodland Education Centre
November 2005

Records courtesy of Rosemary Tilbury

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Male Pheasant Kingfisher

Male (cock) Pheasant




1st November

14th November

24th November

30th November

Coal tit   Wetlands, by the Hide.    
Long-tailed tit   Maple Walk. Monument Pond.  
Great tit   Heathlands, Maple Walk. Dragonfly Pond.  
Blue tit   Heathlands, Maple Walk. Monument Pond, Dragonfly Pond.  
Marsh tit   Wetlands, by the Hide. Dragonfly Pond.  
Woodpigeon The Lake Heathlands    
Blackbird Dragonfly Pond area Heathlands

(good numbers)

Maple walk.

Monument Pond.  
Robin Dragonfly Pond area Heathlands, Maple walk.    
Wren Dragonfly Pond area Maple walk. Monument Pond, Dragonfly Pond.  
Chaffinch   Heathlands Dragonfly Pond.  
Moorhen   Wetlands, by the Hide.    
Mallard   (male) Wetlands, by the Hide.    
Rook   Flying over the Heathlands    
Raven Flying over the Lake      
Jay     Monument Pond, Dragonfly Pond.  
Magpie     Monument Pond.  
Bullfinch     (male) Green works caravan area.  
Treecreeper     Monument Pond.  
Goldcrest   Heathlands, Maple Walk.    
Nuthatch Beech Walk.   Green works caravan area.  
Grey wagtail On Log Cabin roof.     On the Lake, walking on ice patches and catching gnats.
Buzzard     Flying over the Lake and Log Cabin.  
Great spotted woodpecker (male) Beech Walk.   (female) Monument Pond.  
Kingfisher Flew across the Leat, frightened by dogs chasing a roe deer. Dragonfly Pond and the Lake area.    
Dipper   Seen 2.30 pm by Mike Manville. In the Leat by mini sluice.    
Pheasant   Heathlands Monument Pond.  
Redwing     Behind Lakeside Classroom.  
Woodcock       Kingfisher Pond area


TOTAL 28 Different species



1st November - Red Admiral.


1st November

Migrant Hawker (Male) Lake area.

Southern Hawker (Male and Female) Lake and Dragonfly Pond.

1st and 14th. November

Darters (Male and Female)


Bird Records


Related Links


Wet Woodland Bird Survey