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Tuesday, November 26th 2013

The Tuesday volunteers were kept busy this morning raking and clearing the last of the cut grass and rushes off the wetland.  The autumn work here is now complete and the area is looking fantastic.  Snipe and Kestrel were amongst the birds spotted as we worked.

Later on in the day our volunteers started to clean some of the many bird feeders we have.  While this is not one of the favourite jobs, it is very important to regularly clean any feeders to minimise the risk of infection or disease that can develop when large numbers of birds are attracted into an area to feed.

Thank you everyone for all your hard work today!


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