Goit Stock, Harden - Cuckoo heard
Bradup - Skylark, Lapwing (3 chicks seen), Red Grouse, Curlew, House Martin, Kestrel, Snipe, Greylags, Swift, Swallow, Meadow Pipit, Pied Wagtail, Red Kite.
Stockbridge Reserve (members only) - Reed Warbler still singing from main reed bed but now a Sedge Warbler is in the thin line of reeds next to the ditch. There are two singing Whitethroat on the reserve. Other birds - Blackcap, Bullfinch, Garden Warbler, Chiff-Chaff, Reed Bunting, Sand Martins, Swifts & Swallows.
John Ogden & Shaun Radcliffe
The Sedge Warbler, seen yesterday, is still singing and displaying from an area of brambles on the right of the Glen Road (when travelling up the road).
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