Bird Watching (UK) - - Go Birding - July 2016 BERNARD JONES

it­self the pub­lic tracks follow an open area so the walk has some op­tional di­rec­tions de­pen­dent on your avail­able time. The sky, too, is fas­ci­nat­ing, par­tic­u­larly with the Red Kite that loves this area. Oth­ers such as Buz­zard are around, too. A Raven is very likely to be seen and Pere­grine has also been recorded in the area. The re­serve it­self is known par­tic­u­larly for Willow War­bler, Chif­fchaff and Long-tailed Tit, but other birds are around, too. There are one or two springs and a small brook, so Dip­per and wag­tails could be seen. There is still a right for lo­cal com­mon­ers to graze an­i­mals, so be aware. This is a good all year site. The re­serve also has over 150 species of plant that adds to the wildlife here

Long-tailed Tit Willow War­bler

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