Birds seen at The Woodland Education Centre
November 2008

Records courtesy of Rosemary Tilbury

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Male Pheasant

Long-tailed tit Green cabin area (5th Nov.) Monument pond area (10th. Nov.)
Great tit On birch trees near Beech walk.
Blue tit Log cabin area. Dormice area. Beech walk,
Coal tit Kingfisher pond area in fir trees.
Marsh tit Near lake.
Nuthatch Trees on top path leading to lake classroom.
Treecreeper Wetlands area near hide
Goldcrest Log cabin area on fir trees. Beech walk.
Woodpigeon Beech walk. Lake area. Monument pond.
Blackbird Eating holly berries near lake.
Redwings Eating holly berries on tree near lake. (18th Nov.)
Robin Most areas of woodland.
Wren Most areas of woodland.
Dunnock Two seen near lake.
Chaffinch Green cabin area. Heathlands. (24thNov.)
Bullfinch (Male and female) Near log cabin. Wetlands, near hide
Siskins Flock on birch near Kingfisher pond.
Crow Lake area
Raven Two seen flying over lake (7th Nov.)
Jay Monument pond area. On oak trees near toilet.
Rook Flying over heathlands
Sparrowhawk Possible male, seen high in sky over log cabin.
Buzzard Four seen soaring over heathlands (7th Nov.)
Kestrel Edge of Beech walk (25th. Nov.)
Magpie Beech walk (25th Nov.)
Chiffchaff Over-wintering bird seen near lake classroom (18th Nov.)
Mallard 5 females, 2 male on lake (7th Nov.)
Moorhen 2 on Dragonfly pond.
Great spotted woodpecker Monument pond area.
Pheasant Wetlands. Glow-worm rise area.


TOTAL 30 Different species


Butterflies, Dragonflies & Damselflies seen during November on reserve.



Brimstone, near leat (19th Nov.)

Red Admiral, Island area.



Southern Hawker (male) Wetlands (7th Nov)

Common Darter (male and female) (18th Nov.)



Bird Records


Related Links


Wet Woodland Bird Survey