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These are the species recorded in the area so far this year. over Sheppey and on the Swale, and on adjacent areas to the reserve itself, west to Uplees copse and in the trees and scrub opposite the cottages.

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3 Great –crested Grebes were off the point disputing fishing rights.

I didn`t recognise the buzzard- sized raptor perched on Mocketts hill. Dave Perrin reported a sighting of a male Hen Harrier later through Sheppey banks—good to know they still get down here for winter given the turbulent times further north.

The drake Green-winged Teal was seen again on the east flood on 3rd but is proving very elusive.

Other birds of note have included a flock of 14 Siskins flying west on 28th, a Short-eared Owl on 29th, a Bittern, a Spoonbill and a Jack Snipe (flushed from the roadside ditch by a Chinook helicopter) on 1st, a Goosander on 2nd and a ringtail Hen Harrier on 3rd. Male Green-winged Teal still present roosting among the Teal.

Great video clip however by Jonathan L B , of the bird active and swimming in open water prior to weekend.

0830—1315 A grey, rain-swept start with a gathering SW was not a good omen; exercise whatever, so I headed for Conyer Creek.Pochard were scarce, but vision remains frustratingly obscured along Ham Road !0730-1015 It was just above freezing with minimal cloud but less of a W/ NW blow than predicted.A Little Owl was prominently perched in a favoured spot, and returning on the road , a Merlin swept low across the arable fields and over the creek towards Nagden.28 Gadwall; 76 Teal and 54 Tufted Duck accumulatively were in Ham Road ponds with 3 Great-crested Grebes and circa 40 Coot.At the E flood around HT, Dunlin and Teal numbers were impressive –c 1000 former and 600 latter.

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