A Black-necked Grebe was at Ogston Reservoir (10th), with a Honey Buzzard (26th). The Shag remained at Linacre Reservoir as did the Bittern at Willington GP. The Great White Egret stayed at Willington GP (to 21st), with a Temminck’s Stint (9th). Eight Cranes were reported over Upper Langwith (17th).
There were 23 Little Egrets, Hobby, Dunlin, Common Sandpiper, five Green Sandpipers, Caspian Gull, six Yellow-legged Gulls, 30 Common Terns and two Ravens.
Highlights included Little Egret, Merlin, two Hobbies, Peregrine, Water Rail, 215 Lapwings, Little Ringed Plover, Ringed Plover, Golden Plover, Dunlin, nine Snipe, Curlew, Greenshank, two Common Sandpipers, two Caspian Gulls, three Yellow-legged Gulls, four Common Terns, 18 Yellow Wagtails, four Grey Wagtails, three Tree Pipits, 30 Mistle Thrushes, a Spotted Flycatcher and Marsh Tit, only the fourth site record.
There were 40 Cormorants, three Little Egrets, Common
Scoter, Marsh Harrier, Osprey, Hobby, Peregrine, Black-tailed Godwit, Whimbrel, three Greenshanks, five Ringed Plovers, Little Ringed Plover, Oystercatcher, Golden Plover, two Dunlin, four Curlews, Redshank, Green Sandpiper, seven Common Sandpipers, Little Gull, three Yellow-legged Gulls, Arctic Tern, four Tree Pipits, four Redstarts, Wheatear and three Ravens. A Lesser Spotted Woodpecker was at Millfields.
Cormorants peaked at 196. There were 11 Little Egrets, seven Egyptian Geese, two Goosanders, Red Kite, Hobby, four Water Rail, Oystercatcher, five Green Sandpipers, three Common Sandpipers and four Common Terns.
There were six Cormorants, six Little Egrets, four Grey Partridges, Little Ringed Plover, Ruff, 12 Snipe, Whimbrel, three Greenshanks, Redstart and four Ravens.
LONG EATON GP:
There were 11 Little Egrets, two Egyptian Geese, two Red-crested Pochards, two Hobbies, two Ruff, three Greenshanks, two Turnstones, two Green Sandpipers, four Common Sandpipers, 14 Common Terns and Wheatear.
Highlights included 12 Little Egrets, 65 Mandarins, Shelduck, Common Scoter, Goosander, three Ospreys, Marsh Harrier, two Hobbies, Peregrine, Goshawk, Oystercatcher, Dunlin, Sanderling, two Ruff, 12 Black-tailed Godwits, Curlew, two Snipe, a Med Gull, four Yellow-legged Gulls, 10 Common Terns, three Yellow Wagtails, Tree Pipit, Redstart, Pied Flycatcher, four Spotted Flycatchers and Crossbill.
There were nine Little Egrets, Marsh Harrier, two Hobbies, Little Stint, four Ruff, Little Ringed Plover, two Ringed Plovers, Dunlin, three Black-tailed Godwits, Greenshank, five Green Sandpipers, two Common Sandpipers, a Caspian Gull, Yellow-legged Gull, Med Gull, Black Tern and Wheatear.
A Marsh Harrier was at Middleton Moor. Red Kites were at eight sites. An Osprey flew over Fallange Edge. A Spotted Redshank and two Turnstones were at Pleasley Colliery. Church Wilne Reservoir had a Caspian Gull. Ring-necked Parakeets were at Eggington and Littleover.