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Birds of heath and marshland

being a revision of a lecture delivered to the Thomas More Society

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        StatementSpring Books
        PublishersSpring Books
        LC Classifications1966
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 51 p. :
        Number of Pages63
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        ISBN 10nodata

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Regular revised versions are posted to keep the bird list current at all times. Bar-tailed Godwit — Baiter — Ian Ballam Brownsea Lagoon saw an increase in Spoonbill numbers in recent weeks. Good heathland will consist of heather of varying ages within areas Birds of heath and marshland grassland, bracken and scrub. Yew Tree Heath, to the east of Beaulieu Road Station, is good for heathland birds including Nightjar car park at SU364063. net There are different types of marsh birds seen in North America.

The undoubted wildlife highlight of the visit though was a longhorn beetle, Rhagium mordax, found by Cathy. These skulking birds use the tall grasses and cattails as cover in their habitat. Whilst there I noted a brood of six Canada goslings and three Greylag goslings, whilst the sawfly Monsoma pulverentum was new for me, and St George's Mushroom Calocybe gambosa was new for the site.

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A Red-necked Grebe was seen to fly into the harbour this morning, along with 85 Shag, 25 Red-breasted Merganser, 1 diver sp. Early June 2021 After over a year of avoiding busy places we now have a backlog of places to visit, and near the top of the list was Natural Surroundings at Bayfield. The Suffolk Coast and Heaths are an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Blackwater Arboretum is a traditional site for roosting Hawfinches and also good for Crossbill car park at SU268047.