This Warwickshire Wildlife Trust reserve situated in the Tame Valley, lying on the floodplain of the adjoining River Tame, is a complex medley of shallow pools, wetland, woodland and grassland.
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Saturday, 5 March 2011
3rd March 2011
10 Redpoll on the feeders and at least 2 were mealy, significantly lighter than the others and slightly larger, 2 goldfinch came down and also 1 siskin. Many blue and great tit, a willow tit, 3 dunnock, many chaffinch, 3 blackbird, reed bunting, on leaving the hide we had your flock of siskins 20/30 at least in the trees. Back at the car park there were more redpoll and some gold finch. On the lake a pr of swan and a little grebe. At the river hide another pr of swan. Redwing (20) in the trees. (per The John's)
Also reported earlier in the week Stonechat. (24/02/2011)