10th June 2013

DERBYSHIRE
*Male Marsh Warbler Carsington Water singing & showing on & off on Stones Island near toilet block at 14:35 DE6 1ST
*Male Marsh Warbler Carsington Water singing & showing on & off on Stones Island near toilet block at 17:00 + Osprey mid a/noon DE6 1ST
*Male Marsh Warbler Carsington Water singing & showing on & off on Stones Island near toilet block at 11:20 DE6 1ST
*Male Marsh Warbler Carsington Water singing on Stones Island near toilet block at 10:00 DE6 1ST SK241515
*Unconfirmed Report Marsh Warbler Carsington Water on Stones Island DE6 1ST SK241515
*9 Arctic Tern ne/over Carr Vale NR at 08:45

NOTTINGHAMSHIRE
*2 Little Tern Kilvington Lakes on West Lake at 09:15 SK798430
*Little Stint Collingham Pits on Ferry Lane Lake at 10:15 SK816629
*3 Avocet Attenborough NR on Tween Pond at 16:45 NG9 6DY SK524345
*3 Avocet Attenborough NR on Tween Pond at 09:25 NG9 6DY SK524345
*2 Little Tern Kilvington Lakes on West Lake at 10:30

SOUTH YORKSHIRE
*Turtle Dove Wilsic at Home Farm on roof of Long Barn at 09:55 DN11 9GD SK567958
The Carr Vale NR reports for Jan-May 2013 by Mark Beevers have been added to the website.

Thanks to Rod Key for the following:-
CARSINGTON WATER A singing Marsh Warbler was found by Clive Ashton this morning-10th June-in scrub close to the main buildings by the pathway to Stones Island. Still present at 2.35 p.m. and shows on and off and is singing well giving ample opportunity to listen to this bird mimicking a whole range of species. This is only the 6th county record and the first since 1 at Pools Brook Marsh in June 2009 which was seen to be taking nesting material into the marsh. Currently other singing birds on the East Coast are 1 in Suffolk, 1 at Spurn and 2 at Flamborough Head in Yorkshire. Also here a second summer Yellow Legged Gull.
CARR VALE DWT RESERVE 9 Arctic Terns flew NE at 8.45 a.m. on 10th June.
OGSTON TRESERVOIR 24 Arctic Terns flew N at 8.50.a.m. on 9th June
WILLINGTON GRAVEL PITS A drake Red Crested Pochard on 9/10th June.
ASTON-ON-TRENT GRAVEL PITS On 6th June 16 Great Crested Grebes, 30 Cormorants, 9 Grey Herons, 46 Mute Swans, 9 Grey Lag Geese, 34 Canada Geese, 2 Shelduck, 27 Gadwall, 1 Pochard, 19 Tufted Duck, 1 Common Scoter-drake, 1 Common Buzzard, 1 Peregrine Falcon and a Common Tern.
RED KITES Birds seem to be everywhere at the moment with singles at Linacre Res on 2nd June, Wyver Lane and Newton Solney on 3rd June, 2 over Calke Park and singles at Hathersage and Wyver Lane on 4th June, Ambergate on 5th June, Shining Tor on 6th June, Trent Meadows on 8th June and Monyash and Hayfield on 9th June.

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