Friday, 17 January 2020

Conservation 2020

January 2020

Rain has been the predominant issue with fields local to Norman Park and Hayes Farm turned into small lakes and with woodland clearings ankle deep in water. This phenomenon also extended to the bird clearing with the hide at least six inches deep in water and a small pond around the actual feeders. The good news is our extensive conservation work of the main clearing that has introduced a completely free flyway for birds and butterflies, which now aided by Angela Wood from Idverde, will extend through to the river, restoring the area to something like its original shape and form. 

Here is a list of visiting birds

Coal tit
Greater spotted woodpecker
Great Tit
Long Tailed Tit (family 8) 
Blue Tit

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