Date Details Sitename
Tuesday 08 Jan

Blue House Farm EWT, North Fambridge 09:50 to 15:50, Dry, sun & cloud, stiff constant NW breeze, 10c. Sightings with Brenda from first two hides.
1 Peregrine Falcon (Adult male, on distant post from first hide.) 1 Marsh Harrier (Female, first hide.) 3 Buzzard (First hide.) 1 Kestrel 50 Dunlin (Plus, first hide.) 1000 Golden Plover (Circa. Large numbers from both hides.) 1000 Lapwing (Plus. Large numbers from both hides.) 2 Snipe (First hide.) 9 Black-tailed Godwit (First hide.) 500 Starling (Plus. With Lapwing & Plover.) 51 Shoveler (Plus. First hide.) 12 Pintail (6 pair, first hide. ) 500 Wood Pigeon (Plus. Large crop feeding flock.) 5 Fieldfare 35 Shelduck 5 Wigeon 100 Canada Goose (Plus.) 6 Skylark 1 Ruff 1 Grey Heron [David Hale]

Blue House Farm EWT, North Fambridge
Friday 04 Jan

Blue House Farm EWT, North Fambridge 08:00 to 08:30,
1 Pink-footed Goose ( Apologies , turned out to be a ringers decoy) [Dawn James]

Blue House Farm EWT, North Fambridge
Wednesday 02 Jan

Blue House Farm EWT, North Fambridge 14:00 to 14:15, Cloudy and cold.
5 Bewick's Swan (From 1st hide.) [David Curle]

Blue House Farm EWT, North Fambridge
Monday 17 Dec

Blue House Farm EWT, North Fambridge 14:30 to 15:00, Bright and mild.
1 Water Pipit (From third hide.) 1 Yellowhammer (From third hide.) [David Curle]

Blue House Farm EWT, North Fambridge
Tuesday 27 Nov

Blue House Farm EWT, North Fambridge 09:00 to 11:00, foggy
2 Corn Bunting (but no Reed B) 6 Linnet 7 Snipe (First hide) 40 Pintail (approx; second hide, with Wigeon, Teal & Shoveler) [Paul Gymer]

Blue House Farm EWT, North Fambridge
Monday 26 Nov

Blue House Farm EWT, North Fambridge 11:00 to 15:30, Dull with light showers
15 Fieldfare (Feeding on Hawthorn near new Owl box) 100 Greylag Goose (+ Fly over and across reserve.) 75 Canada Goose (In groups around fields) 1 Barn Owl (Seen hunting from 1st hide around mid day) 3 Marsh Harrier (Seen from 2nd and 3rd hides ) 1 Snipe (Flew up from path to 1st hide) 10 Stock Dove (+ Seen from 2nd Hide) 300 Teal (+ probably more coming in as tide was rising.) 12 Shelduck 20 Shoveler (+) [Paul Fletcher]

Blue House Farm EWT, North Fambridge
Wednesday 14 Nov

Blue House Farm EWT, North Fambridge 12:00 to 14:00, Sunny S wind,mild for time of year
1 Rough-legged Buzzard (Juv.Constantly flew low over bank beneath railway line,often stopping on ground for 5 mins or more.Viewed from 1st hide.) 1 Peregrine Falcon (Settled on post on bank beneath railway line.From 1st hide.) 1 Marsh Harrier (Hunting over marsh from 1st hide.) [Peter Heath]

Blue House Farm EWT, North Fambridge
Sunday 04 Nov

Blue House Farm EWT, North Fambridge 14:25 to 17:10, Sunny, light SE wind. Low tide ~16.20.
3 Marsh Harrier (Adult male and female, and an imm.) 1 Great Spotted Woodpecker (Car park) 1 Green Woodpecker 1 Stonechat 5 Linnet 1 Snipe 1 Ruff 1 Green Sandpiper 2 Kestrel 600 Teal (+) 200 Wigeon (+) 80 Shoveler (+) 30 Mallard 3 Avocet 35 Dunlin 7 Redshank 4 Grey Plover 3 Black-tailed Godwit 4 Curlew 1 Water Rail (heard near first hide) 1 Cetti's Warbler (singing between first hide and car park) [Simon Satchell]

Blue House Farm EWT, North Fambridge
Saturday 13 Oct

Blue House Farm EWT, North Fambridge 09:00 to 13:00, Very Warm (October date record), windy. Suny periods. High Tide
1 Whinchat (On Fence line between hides 2&3) [David Cornwell]

Blue House Farm EWT, North Fambridge
Friday 28 Sep

Blue House Farm EWT, North Fambridge 09:30 to 15:45, Dry, sun & cloud, cool N breeze. Max 20c. Sightings with Brenda.
4 Green Sandpiper (2 at first hide, 2 at 3rd hide.) 30 Curlew (Circa.) 20 Lapwing (Circa.) 4 Snipe (Middle hide.) 75 Stock Dove (Circa. Mobile flock.) 1 Marsh Harrier (Female. Middle hide.) 5 Buzzard 5 Kestrel (At least. Catching insects on dried scrape floor. First hide.) 250 Canada Goose (circa, middle hide.) 50 Greylag Goose (circa, with Canada Goose.) 23 Barnacle Goose (Middle hide.) 30 Linnet (Flock, first hide area.) 2 Jay 2 Skylark 1 Mute Swan 50 Teal (Plus.) 1 Grey Heron 5 Shelduck 2 Gadwall (Pair, third hide.) 500 Starling (Flocks enjoying Crane Flies emerging in their hundreds .) [David Hale]

Blue House Farm EWT, North Fambridge