Reserve Sightings Update

Ringed Plover and Dunlins were spotted together at Rossie Spit on the 22nd June.

Goldeneye numbers have increased, with 45 spotted at the centre of the Basin on the 23rd.

The Kingfisher has been spotted at its ‘usual spot’ at the Lurgies (just as you leave the south car park).

A Water Rail was spotted at the Kingfisher’s pond outside the Visitor Centres on the 25th June (unfortunately no hatchlings have been spotted so far this year), with a Sedge Warbler spotted at the same spot on the 27th.

A group of Great Spotted Woodpeckers, which includes both adults and juveniles, have been spotted at the peanut feeders every day since the 25th June.

A Whimbrel was spotted in the middle of the Basin on the 27th June.

There continues to be daily sightings of osprey.

Georgina Bowie (Visitor Centre Assistant)

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Ringed Plover and Dunlins were spotted together at Rossie Spit on the 22nd June. Goldeneye numbers have increased, with 45 spotted at the centre of the Basin on the 23rd. The …

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