Monthly Archives: December, 2009

We definitely have TWO…

We definitely have TWO Dabchicks… …as I saw them up near Cogglesford Bend this morning. On the way back Mel and I only saw just one, not sure where the other had got to but probably not far away. I am just hoping that this is a ‘pair’ (they certainly are not both males otherwise […]

The Cygnet…

The Cygnet has been around until the last few days so has possibly gone now. The adult swan that came the same day left the day after so I assume was not related to the Cygnet. Had really good sightings of the Kingfisher today, he let us walk past on the opposite bank which gave […]

We have Swans…

We have Swans 🙂 This morning a Cygnet was on the Slea near the bend towards Cogglesford Mill, then overhead I saw an adult which landed on Lollycocks pond, I am unsure if they are related or if it is just a coincidence and it will be interesting to see if they stay for any […]

People who ‘fish’….

People who fish should be more careful, a Water Vole (Britains most endangered mammal) has been found dead by Lollycocks pond with a FISH HOOK in its mouth 🙁 NKDC seem to allow fishing in Lollycocks pond even though it is a NATURE RESERVE and there is also a NKDC sign that says NO FISHING […]