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Cambridgeshire bird news May 2016

Cambridgeshire bird news June 2016

Great Reed Warbler (Library photograph)                      Photo

A singing male Great Reed Warbler was on territory at Paxton Pits from 14th and a Red-footed Falcon was there 30th. Other highlights at Paxton Pits were a Wood Warbler 4th and a Temminck’s Stint 6th. A Hoopoe was briefly at Fen Drayton Lakes 20th.


Two White-winged Black Terns were at March Farmers 14th and another was at Grafham Water 18th. A Cattle Egret was at Chesterton 8th-18th and a Stone-curlew was at Ouse Washes 14th.


A Red-necked Grebe was at Crown Lakes CP 6th and two Black-necked Grebes were at Ferry Meadows 21st.


There was a large influx of Black Terns in May.


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The Great Reed Warbler was at Paxton Pits until 16th.  Nearby a Black Kite flew over Grafham Water 2nd.


A Red-backed Shrike was at Gorefield 13th and a Montagu’s Harrier was at Knapwell 5th. A Cattle Egret lingered at the Ouse Washes at the end of June.


A Little Tern was at Berry Fen 4th and a Raven Ferry was at Meadows 2nd.

006 Great Reed Warbler (Acrocephalus arundinaceus) Lesvos Lesbos Greece GR April 2011 cp2 pt crs 130dpi