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October 2002


Thu 31st Oct: between Newington & Misson - Grey Phalarope, 20 Whooper Swans
Thu 31st Oct: Cotham Flash - Merlin, Short-eared Owl, Ruff
Thu 31st Oct: Netherfield - 3 Stonechat, 15 Snipe, 2000 Golden Plover
Wed 30th Oct: between Newington & Misson - Grey Phalarope, 7 Whooper Swans
Tue 29th Oct: between Newington & Misson - Grey Phalarope
Tue 29th Oct: Kingsmill Reservoir - Great Northern Diver present till 8.00am
Mon 28th Oct: Kingsmill Reservoir - Great Northern Diver reported at the dam end
Mon 28th Oct: Welbeck Raptor Watchpoint - pager report Raven
Mon 28th Oct: Hoveringham - Greenshank, Peregrine
Mon 28th Oct: Netherfield - 2 Stonechat, Peregrine
Sat 26th Oct: Hoveringham - Garganey, Rock Pipit both briefly, Greenshank, 6 Green Sandpipers
Sat 26th Oct: Attenborough - 7 Brambling near yacht club
Sat 26th Oct: Holme Pierrepont - pager report Little Egret at Blotts pit
Thu 24th Oct: Netherfield - Merlin, Peregrine, Ruff, 2 Stonechat
Thu 24th Oct: Colwick CP - 3 Goldeneye
Mon 21st Oct: Attenborough - Short-eared Owl
Sun 20th Oct: Maun Valley Spa Ponds - Lesser-spotted Woodpecker, 2 Chiffchaffs
Sat 19th Oct: Netherfield - male Bearded Tit, 5 Stonechat, 4 Redpoll, 2 Common Snipe, 2 Swallows
Sat 19th Oct: Hoveringham New Works - 2 Dunlin, 5 Redshanks
Fri 18th Oct: Netherfield - 2 Bearded Tits, 2 Stonechat, Western Yellow-legged Gull
Fri 18th Oct: Eakring - 3000+ Redwings, 344 Fieldfare
Thu 17th Oct: Netherfield - 2 Bearded Tits in the deep pit reed beds
Thu 17th Oct: Hoveringham New Works - 4 Green Sandpipers
Thu 17th Oct: Bestwood Mill Lakes - Swallow, 80 Redwings, 65 Fieldfare
Thu 17th Oct: Eakring - 158 redwings, 84 Pink-footed Geese
Wed 16th Oct: Bestwood - 100 Redwings
Wed 16th Oct: Nuthall Ponds - Marsh Harrier
Tue 15th Oct: Netherfield - Water Rail, 2 Goldeneye, Argentine Blue-bill Duck, 1000+ Golden Plover
Mon 14th Oct: Burton Joyce - Fieldfare, Siskin, House Martin, 4 Swallows
Sun 13th Oct: Langford Lowfields - 2 Little Egrets, Spotted Redshank, Pintail, 8 Dunlin, 3 Swallows
Sun 13th Oct: Eakring - 2 Water Rail, Greenshank, 63 Pink-footed Geese over
Sun 13th Oct: Hoveringham - 150 Pink-footed Geese over
Sun 13th Oct: Hoveringham New Works - Jack Snipe, Grey Plover
Sun 13th Oct: Annesley Pit Top - 4 House Martins
Sat 12th Oct: Netherfield - 4 Dunlin
Fri 11th Oct: Langford Lowfields - Little Egret, 2 Spotted Redshank, 2 Ruff
Fri 11th Oct: Misterton/Gringley Carr - 2 Merlin, Peregrine, juv Hen Harrier
Thu 10th Oct: Nottm General Cemetery - 2 Redwings
Thu 10th Oct: Eakring Flash - Jack Snipe
Wed 9th Oct: South Muskham fishing lakes - Jack Snipe
Mon 7th Oct: Attenborough - 2 Goldcrest, 2 Swallow, @30 Tree Sparrow, Snipe, Redshank, Grey Wagtail
Mon 7th Oct: Sherwood - 51 Pink-footed Geese over, going east
Sun 6th Oct: Langford Lowfields - 2 Little Egret, 2 Spotted Redshanks, Greenshank, 2 Ruff, 2 Pintail
Sun 6th Oct: Clifton Grove - Common Buzzard over
Sun 6th Oct: Attenborough - Reed Warbler, Chiffchaff, Hobby, Common Sandpiper, Water Rail
Sun 6th Oct: Netherfield - Stonechat, Reed Warbler, 2 skeins Pink-footed Geese thru east
Sun 6th Oct: Lound - 4 Common Buzzards, Greenshank
Sat 5th Oct: Colwick CP - Hobby
Fri 4th Oct: Budby Common - Raven, 8 Crossbill, 3 skeins thru total 500 Pink-footed Geese
Fri 4th Oct: Hoveringham New Works - Stonechat
Fri 4th Oct: Wollaton Vale - Common Buzzard
Fri 4th Oct: Colwick CP - Hobby, Common Buzzard over
Thu 3rd Oct: Hoveringham Railway Pit - male American Wigeon
Wed 2nd Oct: Silverhill Wood - Stonechat
Tue 1st Oct: Netherfield - Water Rail, 4 Snipe, Sedge Warbler, Reed Warbler
Tue 1st Oct: Hoveringham New Works - Grey Plover, Little Stint, 2 Pintail, Ruff
Tue 1st Oct: Hoveringham Railway Pit - male American Wigeon
Tue 1st Oct: Caunton - 2 Common Buzzards going east
Tue 1st Oct: Silverhill Wood - Common Buzzard
Tue 1st Oct: Worksop - 2 Ravens
Tue 1st Oct: Bestwood Mill Lakes - Swift

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