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Bohemian Waxwing - Bombycilla garrulus
Greater Canada Goose - Branta canadensis
Common Toad - Bufo bufo
This is a BAP listed species. During spring Toads can be seen walking back to the ponds to spawn.
Buzzard - Buteo buteo
Roe Deer - Capreolus capreolus
This male Roe Deer, in velvet , was seen at the stone pile He was feeding on the Hawthorn tree.
Their favourite places are around the far side of the lake and the woodland.
Nightjar - Caprimulgus europaeus
Redpoll - Carduelis cabaret
Conifers, alders and birches are the favourite habitat of the Lesser Redpoll. Their diet is mainly seeds but sometimes supplemented by insects and their larvae.
Linnet - Carduelis cannabina
Greenfinch - Carduelis chloris
Greenfinch can have two to three broods a year, so the noisy young may be heard demanding food throughout the summer.
Common Redpoll - Carduelis flammea
Siskin - Carduelis spinus
These birds may be seen flitting through the conifers feeding from the pine cones. The nest is made from small lichen covered twigs bound with grass, moss and some plant fibres and wool. It is lined with hair and thistledown, and three to five pale blue speckled eggs are laid in it in April or May. It takes two weeks for the eggs to hatch and the male feeds them for the first week then the female helps until they fledge a further week later.
Treecreeper - Certhia familiaris
Black-headed Gull - Chroicocephalus ridibundus
Dipper - Cinclus cinclus
These birds are shy but have been seen along Risedale Beck and at the weir.