Monday, 31 January 2011

Monday, 31 January

Barton - GREAT GREY SHRIKE 15.30 until 16.20h.  Viewable from CRT permissive path just over footbridge near radio telescope dishes (Diana Leech)

Longthorpe - 40 WAXWINGS on Cotoneaster opposite Longthorpe Tower this morning (Mike Weedon)

Cambridge - FIRECREST along Hobson's Conduit, c.200 yards south of Brooklands Avenue (Iain Webb)

Orton BP - 2 Red-crested Pochard, 8 Goldeneye (Brian Stone)

Orton Goldhay - 85+ WAXWINGS 13:30h (John Saunders)

Sunday, 30 January 2011

Sunday, 30 January

Fen Drayton - Bittern at Oxholme Lake, Bittern at Holywell Lake, 2 redhead Smew, Woodcock, 2 Barn Owls, Stonechat (Neil Renwick)

Orton Goldhay - c.80 WAXWINGS still present (Jason Hatch)

Bretton - 25 WAXWINGS in Huntsmans Gate by the junction with Bretton Way (Don Gardener)

Grafham Water - Red-necked Grebe (Matthew Rodgers)

Needingworth Pits - 23+ Smew (Mark Eaton)

St. Ives - Barn Owl at London Road (Dan Duff, Cathy Morton)

Paxton Pits - 14 Smew, Goosander (Jamie Wells)

Saturday, 29 January

Cambridge - 3 WAXWINGS in trees by Buchan Street (David Heath)

Huntingdon - c.90 WAXWINGS in Focus DIY CP opposite Tesco (Dan Duff, Cathy Morton)

Paxton Pits - 17 Smew on Sailing Lake, and 5 on Pumphouse Pit, 3 Goosander, Red-crested Pochard, Peregrine, 3 Shelduck, 16+ Siskin (Jamie Wells)

Grafham Water - 3 Scaup, 6+ Goosander, 15+ Siskin (Mark Hawkes); Bittern in lagoons (Colin Addington); Mediterranean Gull, redhead Smew (Matthew Rodgers)

Ely - 56 WAXWINGS in St. Johns Road area (Duncan Poyser); European White-fronted Goose was with the local Greylags at Roswell Pits (Stuart Sharp)

Wicken Fen - 3+ Hen Harriers, Marsh Harrier, Woodcock, Ross's Goose (David Heath); 2 Barn Owls, Water Rail (Tim Dee & Claire Spottiswoode)

Barton - GREAT GREY SHRIKE still present (Vince Lea)

Orton Goldhay - c.80 WAXWINGS morning around Hetley (Mike Weedon)

Ferry Meadows - c.16 WAXWINGS (Matt Webb)

Easton on the Hill - Merlin (Chris Andrews)

Friday, 28 January 2011

Friday, 28 January

Barton - GREAT GREY SHRIKE at the Countryside Restoration Trust farm (Vince Lea)

Ferry Meadows - Curlew, c.55 Siskins (Don Gardener)

Orton Goldhay - 65 WAXWINGS (John Saunders)

Fen Drayton Lakes - 5 Smew, Marsh Harrier (Vic & Pauline Cozens)

Fowlmere - 880 Reed Buntings in to roost (James Hanlon)

Cambridge - 20+ WAXWINGS in Eachard Road (Christoph Zockler)

Thursday, 27 January 2011

Thursday, 27 January

Peterborough - 15+ WAXWINGS in Thorpe park Road 08:55h (Peter Beesley, Brian Stone); 32 WAXWINGS behind Floors 2 Go,  seen from Bourges Boulevard (John Saunders)

Soham - 9 WAXWINGS along the A142 bypass this morning (Duncan Poyser)

Oakington - WAXWINGS still present at the Garden Centre CP 11:00h (Tony Lowe); up to 72 present 14:00-15:00h (Nigel Russell)

Milton Tip - 1st-winter Caspian Gull (James Hanlon)

Wednesday, 26 January 2011

Wednesday, 26 January

Oakington - 60+ WAXWINGS eating white berries in the Garden Centre CP, also present yesterday (Ken Sheard)

Tuesday, 25 January 2011

Tuesday, 25 January

Ferry Meadows - ad Mediterranean Gull on Overton Lake (Don Gardener)

Cambridge - Kingfisher on Hobson's Brook opposite the Leys School (Alison Edwards); 25 WAXWINGS over Eachard Road this morning (Christoph Zockler)

Peterborough - 47 WAXWINGS near the Sugar Way/Campaign Avenue roundabout c.12:50h (David Withrington)

Milton Tip - ad Caspian Gull, 2 2cy Yellow-legged Gulls amongst a very large number of gulls today (Matt Silk)

Fen Drayton Lakes - Bittern (Dave Anderson); ad Yellow-legged gull, 2 Woodcocks, Barn Owl, Stonechat (Andy Cotton)

From Wednesday, 19 January: Barton - GREAT GREY SHRIKE reported from private farmland, but not seen since (as per Vince Lea)

Monday, 24 January 2011

Monday, 24 January

Fen Drayton Lakes - Bittern, Ceti's Warbler, Barn Owl, redhead Smew (Andy Cotton)

Peterborough - c.20 WAXWINGS by Sugar Way/Campaign Avenue junction 16:00h (Ben Fraser)

Paxton Pits - 10 Smew, Goosander, Peregrine (Martin Davis)

Sunday, 23 January 2011

Sunday, 23 January

Paxton Pits - Peregrine, 11 Smew,Red-crested Pochard, Goosander, Siskin (Martin Davis)

Bar Hill - 24 WAXWINGS near Stonefield (John Hagger)

Trumpington - 650 Golden Plovers (Kumaran Arul)

Milton CP - 12 Siskins, 40+ Shoveler (Stuart & Jill Elsom)

Grafham Water - fem Scaup still (Mark Hawkes)

Fen Drayton Lakes - 7 White-fronted Geese, male and 2 redhead Smew, Caspian Gull, Yellow-legged Gull (as per Neil Renwick)

Saturday, 22 January

Fen Drayton - 6 White-fronted Geese in grassland on east side of Ferry Mere, red-head Smew on Moore Lake (Neil Renwick); 7 White-fronted Geese this afternoon (Richard Patient)

Cam Washes - 3 Little Egret, Green Sandpiper, Marsh Harrier, 4 Pintail, 10 Shelduck, Merlin, Ross's Goose, Barnacle Goose, 7 Redshank (David & Jonathan Heath)

Milton - 7 WAXWINGS by the war memorial (David & Jonathan Heath)

Milton Tip - adult Caspian Gull, adult Mediterranean Gull (Peter Herkenrath)

Grafham Water - 2 imm.drake Scaup in Sanctuary Bay, Redpoll over, Ruddy Duck (Mark Hawkes)

Fen Drayton - 7 White-fronted Geese, Chiffchaff, Little Owl, Black-tailed Godwit (Richard Patient)

March Farmers - Pink-footed Goose, 2 Common Crane, Marsh Harrier (Mike Weedon)

Waterbeach - 2 WAXWINGS along the N edge of the allotments off Glebe Road (Ian Burfield)

Bedford Purlieus - Lesser Spotted Woodpecker, 2 Marsh Tit (Brian Stone)

Wicken Fen - 3 Hen Harriers to roost (Andrew Balmford)

Roswell Pits, Ely - Bittern, Marsh Harrier, Water Rail (Ben Phalan)

Friday, 21 January 2011

Friday, 21 January

Elsworth - Barn Owl along the Boxworth Road (Alison Edwards)

Milton CP - imm. male Scaup still, 31 Shovelers (Ian Burfield)

Thursday, 20 January 2011

Thursday, 20 January

Nene Washes - 11 BEAN GEESE at March Farmers, 200+ Fieldfares, 2 Cranes, large flock of Golden Plovers (Peter Beesley)

Wisbech - Peregrine (Joe Lynn)

St. Ives - 2+ WAXWINGS in Abbots Crescent mid-morning (Stuart Elsom)

Milton CP - imm. male Scaup still present (Colin Kirtland)

Wednesday, 19 January

Haddenham Fens - pair of Little Owls, 2+ Barn Owls, 3+ Stonechats (Paul Mason)

Milton CP - imm male Scaup still present on Dickerson's Pit (Rob Pople)

Clayhithe - 2 Barn Owls nearby (Saimon Clark)

Wicken Fen - 2 Barn Owls, 4 Marsh Harriers (Peter Bircham)

Werrington - 60+ WAXWINGS (Dave Bradley)

Maxey Pits - 5 fem Goosanders (Malcolm Holley)

Monks Wood - Lesser Spotted Woodpecker drumming, Woodcock, lots of Nuthatch (Rich Broughton)

Tuesday, 18 January 2011

Tuesday, 18 January

Milton - 7 WAXWINGS by the War Memorial, Scaup at the CP (Matt Silk); also 28 Shovelers at the CP (Jonathan Heath)

Bevill's Wood (private) - Crossbill, c.45 mobile Lesser Redpolls, c.20 Siskin, 2 Marsh Tit, 3 Buzzard (Rich Broughton)

Upton Wood (private) - 2 Red Kite, 2 Buzzard, 6 Marsh Tit, Nuthatch, c.20 Coal Tit (Rich Broughton)

Holland Wood (private): 4 Buzzard, 7 Marsh Tit, 4 Nuthatch, 4 Coal Tit (Rich Broughton)

Kingfisher's Bridge - 3 Marsh Harriers, Bittern, Buzzard, Barn Owl, Harris Hawk (Bruce Martin)

Nene Washes - 2 Cranes, 550 Whooper Swans, 1350 Bewick's Swans, 25 White-fronted Geese, 1340 Black-tailed Godwits, 2 Hen Harriers, 2 Marsh Harriers (Jonathan Taylor)

Monday, 17 January 2011

Monday, 17 January

Milton CP - imm/first winter male Scaup (Rob Law)

Grafham Water - Bittern in lagoons 16:10h (Colin Addington)

Ferry Meadows - 4+ Woodcock,  Snipe, Tawny Owl (Don Gardener)

Sunday, 16 January 2011

Sunday, 16 January

Ouse Washes - ad GLAUCOUS GULL from Cottier Hide (Mike Burdekin)

Grafham Water - 5 Smew, 3 Scaup, 9 Little Egrets, Pintail, 27 Goosander, Brambling (Mark Hawkes et al.); 2nd-winter GLAUCOUS GULL, adult Caspian Gull, 3 Yellow-legged Gulls (Mark Hawkes, Matthew Rodgers)

Bar Hill - 20+ WAXWINGS by the school (Richard Patient)

Cambridge - 29 WAXWINGS in Windsor Road (Chris Akhurst); 50+ WAXWINGS over Gonville & Caius c.14:00h (Andy Symes)

Milton Country Park - imm. drk Scaup, 6 Siskins (Jonathan and David Heath)

Waterbeach GP - Pink-footed Goose, Brambling (Jonathan and David Heath)

Grunty Fen - ringtail Hen Harrier (David Nation)

Peterborough - 80+ WAXWINGS at Gresley Way, c.60 WAXWINGS flying over the Lincoln Road (Mike Weedon); c.30 WAXWINGS Grange Rd / Moorfield Rd. (Judy Shaw)

Ely Beet pits - Bittern (Staurt Sharp)

Paxton Pits - 23 Smew, Peregrine, Little Egret (David Milne, Neal Parkin, Jamie Wells et al.)

Hinchingbrooke CP - Bittern in flight nearby (Tim Fryer)

Graveley - Barn Owl nearby 11:00h (Alison Edwards)

Saturday, 15 January

Milton Tip - 3 Yellow-legged Gulls, adult Caspian Gull, 1st-winter Mediterranean Gull (Peter Herkenrath and Dick Newell)

Grafham Water - 17 WAXWINGS at south end of dam, GLAUCOUS GULL in roost (Colin Addington)

Stretham - c.10 Waxwings flew East over Cage Lane (Owen Marks)

Great Chesterford - Hooded Merganser on south side of bridge (Chris Macfarlane)

Ely Beet Pits - female Scaup, Green Sandpiper, 380 swans in neighbouring fields contained mostly Bewick's but a few Whooper (Stuart Sharp)

Peterborough - c.40 WAXWINGS at the junction of Sugar Way at Campaign Avenue (Ben Fraser)

Cambridge, 15 WAXWINGS outside New Hall (Liz Scott)

Bainton Pits - 15 Goldeneyes, 6 Goosanders, 2 Woodcocks (Richard Astle)

Huntingdon - c.50 WAXWINGS (Vic & Brian Cozens) increasing to 70+ birds (Alan & Brenda Wadsworth)

Friday, 14 January 2011

Friday, 14 January

Needingworth Pits - 9 Smew, Red-crested Pochard, 50+ Redshanks (Mark Eaton)

Orton BP - Red-crested Pochard, 8 Goldeneyes (Brian Stone)

Fen Drayton Lakes - 6 Goosanders, 2 Smew (Dennis Hall, Dave Anderson)

Peterborough - 70+ WAXWINGS at the junction of Sugar Way at Campaign Avenue (Ben Fraser)

Landbeach Lakes - Woodcock (John Hopett)

Thursday, 13 January 2011

Thursday, 13 January

Grunty Fen - Bittern over (Ian Dickerson)

Fen Drayton Lakes - 2 Pink-footed Geese, 3 White-fronted Geese, 5 Black-tailed Godwits (Andy Cotton); male Smew, 6 Goosanders (Dennis Hall)

Werrington - 72 WAXWINGS (John Saunders)

Trumpington - 277 Golden Plovers 13:30h (Mike Foley)

Paxton Pits - redhead Smew, Peregrine (John Hoppett)

Wednesday, 12 January 2011

Wednesday, January 12

Werrington - 70 WAXWINGS along Lincoln Road (Tony & Jackie Rowe)

Trumpington - c.150 Golden Plovers 08:30h (Peter Bircham)

Ferry Meadows - Goosander, 2 Goldeneyes, some WAXWINGS present but mobile elusive (Don Gardener, Matt Webb); Marsh Tit (Mike Weedon)

Long Drove, Cottenham - 2nd cy Mediterranean Gull (Steve Cooper)

Tuesday, 11 January 2011

Tuesday, 11 January

Ferry Meadows - WAXWING (Matt Webb); Brambling, pair of Goosanders (Don Gardener)

Huntingdon - 10 WAXWINGS in the Vantage Park area (Colin Holmes); 90+ WAXWINGS by Tesco entrance road 12:45-13:00h at least (Vic & Pauline Cozens)

St. Ives - WAXWING in Audrey Lane 12:00h (Colin Munns)

Werrington - 100+ WAXWINGS (Chris Lines)

Holme Fen - Bittern, male Hen Harrier (Steve Dudley)

Monday, 10 January 2011

Monday, 10 January

Peterborough - 28 WAXWINGS opposite the Jet garage in Werrington, but very mobile (John Saunders)

Serpentine BP - 47 Golden Plovers nearby (Paul Taylor)

Sunday, 9 January 2011

Sunday, 9 January

Ely - 70+ WAXWINGS in Collier Close Ely (Mark Peck); Goosander, Scaup at Roswell Pits and Marsh Harrier at the BF Pits (Michael Price)

Grafham Water - 2 Scaup, 2 Yellow-legged Gull, partial albino Lesser-black-backed Gull, 5+ Goosander (Mark Hawkes); Red Necked Grebe was around the dam (Mark Brandon); adult GLAUCOUS GULL in roost (Matthew Rodgers).

Woodwalton Fen - ARCTIC REDPOLL, 10+ Mealy Redpoll, Goshawk, 100 Siskins (Richard Patient).

Paxton Pits - 9 Pink-footed Goose Pumphouse Pit, Smew, Peregrine, Woodcock (Jamie Wells)

Yaxley - 20 WAXWINGS opposite the Duck and Drake

Maxey Pits - 70 Brambling (Richard Astle)

Teversham Fen area - Little Egret, Common Buzzard, Merlin (John Pilgrim)

Waterbeach Pits - Pink-footed Goose, Peregrine (Jonathan & David Heath)

Fen Drayton - 3 Smew, 3 Bitterns, 6 Goosander (Neil Renwick)

Saturday, 8 January

Fen Drayton - 4 Smew on Swavesey Lake (Nick Richardson)

Milton Tip - 2 adult Caspian Gulls (Peter Herkenrath)

Aldreth - 3 WAXWINGS near the 'ponds' Barn Owl, Green Sandpiper (Simon Stirrup)

Haddenham - 3 WAXWINGS in private Garden

Grafham Water - 3 WAXWINGS in bushes at south end of dam, Jack Snipe, 11 Smew in Savages Creek, 4 Scaup, 8+ Goosander, 3+ Ruddy Duck, c10 Siskin, c20 Redpoll, 4 Little Egret (Mark Hawkes)

Cambridge - c.80 WAXWINGS in Panton Street near the Panton Arms (Ed Bullmore); Peregrine perched on the chimney of the the tower of the Science and Technology museum (Rob Law)

Huntingdon - 50+ WAXWINGS at Tescos (Jonathan Hook); a maximum of 65 WAXWINGS in the KFC and LA Fitness car parks (Mark Ward)

Brampton - 9 Pink-footed Geese nearby (Mark Ward)

Ely / Coveney - c.15 WAXWINGS on A10 bypass in roadside trees c TL525804 (Jonathan Hook)

Peterborough - c.50 WAXWINGS on Lincoln Road feeding on apples in a garden opposite a tile shop (Sheena Harvey)

Tanholt - Brent goose in an arable field between Willow Hall Farm and Tanholt Pit (Dave Chambers)

Wimpole Hall - 4 WAXWINGS (Mike Crosby)

Waterbeach - 2 male Smew at IQ Cambridge 12:45h (Shaun Jarvis)

Upware to Wicken Fen - fem Hen Harrier, 3 Marsh Harriers, Peregrine, 3 Barn Owls, 2 Cetti's Warblers, 21 Corn Buntings (Mark Peck)

Friday, 7 January 2011

Friday, 7 January

Cambridge - 2 Peregrines over the Addenbrooke's site c.13:00h (Sarah Howlett); c.70 WAXWINGS by the Panton Arms in Panton Street (Carlos Davies); 70 WAXWINGS north over Victoria Road 13:30h (Christoph Zockler); Peregine near the Catholic church on Lensfield Road (John Hoppett)

Cuckoo's Hollow - 29 Goosanders (John Saunders)

Grafham Water - 2 WAXWINGS, imm. male Scaup, 5 Redpolls (Dean Harlow); Short-eared Owl (Colin Addington)

Huntingdon - 60+ WAXWINGS at Tesco's car park just before 12:00h (Mike Everett)

Fordham - 2 WAXWINGs briefly (David Collins)

Thursday, 6 January 2011

Thursday, 6 January

Bainton Pits - 1+ ARCTIC REDPOLL amongst 60+ Mealy Redpolls (Josh Jones). This is a private site with limited permit access.

Bar Hill - 29 WAXWINGS (Rowena Baxter)

Caldecote - 22 WAXWINGS (Dave Barr)

Ely - 58 WAXWINGS in Berisford Road 15:10h (Mark Grooms)

Cambridge - 34 WAXWINGS around Panton Street this morning (Sarah Howlett)

Grafham Water - c.10 Goosander, Smew, 2 imm male Scaup, Mealy Redpoll with c.20 Lesser Redpoll (Ali Cooper, John Miller, Richard Palmer)

Wednesday, 5 January 2011

Wednesday, 5 January

WAXWING summary: Eaton Ford 23, Cambridge 47, Needingworth 2, Ely 35+, Peterborough 7

Berry Fen - Water Pipit, 8 Egyptian Geese, 2 Chiffchaffs (Mark Eaton)

News from Sunday, 2 January: Barford Pocket Park - 2nd winter RING-BILLED GULL mid-afternoon but not seen the following day (Stuart Elsom). Images here

Tuesday, 4 January 2011

Tuesday, 4 January

WAXWING summary: Cambridge c.30, Hartford 4, Werrington 100+, Ely 30+

Cuckoo's Hollow - 11 Goosanders (Brian Stone)

Paxton Pits - 9 Pink-footed Geese briefly, Peregrine, 6 Smew, 2+ Buzzards (Martin Davis)

Bainton Pits - 80+ Redpolls, 8 Goosander & 2 Goosander on the Cut (Richard Astle)

Monday, 3 January

WAXWING summary: Cambridge up to c.110, Werrington 160, Nene Park 25, Huntingdon 40+, Cambourne 6, Haddenham 4

Wicken Fen - Goosander, Barn Owl, Marsh Harrier (Andrew Knights)

Grafham Water - Bittern, 5 Little Egrets, 3 Yellow-legged Gulls, 4 Smew, 13+ Goosanders (Mark Hawkes, Colin Addington)

Barford Pocket Park - Bittern, Cetti's Warbler, 3 Water Rails, Goosander (Stuart & Jill Elsom)

Monks Wood - Red Kite, 2 Buzzards, Woodcock (Stuart & Jill Elsom)

Paxton Pits - Goldeneye (Graham Moates); 9 Pink-footed Geese briefly, 6 Smew,  Barn Owl, Buzzard, 3 Siskins (Martin Davis, Jamie Wells)

Sunday, 2 January 2011

Sunday, 2 January

WAXWING summary - Cambridge 63+, Peterborough 97, Ely 36, Huntingdon 90+.

Barford Pocket Park - Bittern, Cetti’s Warbler, 3 Water Rail, Goosander, Woodcock (Stuart Elsom)

Grafham Water - juv Glaucous Gull reported in roost this evening (per; RED-NECKED GREBE between Hill Farm and Savages creek, but mobile, 13+ Smew, 3 Scaup, 8 Ruddy Duck, 21 Goosander, 2 Marsh Tit (Mark Hawkes)

Roswell Pits, Ely - Bittern, Goosander (Mark Grooms)

Paxton - Red Kite (Jamie Wells)

Waterbeach - 3 Smew, Bitern at IQ Cambridge, 5 Little Erets, Barn Owl, Marsh Harrier at the Fen/Cam Washes (David & Jonathan Heath)

Ouse Washes - 7 Pink-footed Geese over north (Monica & Owen Marks)

Four Balls Farm - 22 White-fronted Geese (Monica & Owen Marks)

Adventurer's Fen, Wicken - 2 Short-eared Owls, 2+ Barn Owls (Monica & Owen Marks)

Cottneham, Long Drove - 2 Little Egrets (Chris Akehurst)

Saturday, 1 January

WAXWING summary - Cambridge 25, St. Neots 21, Huntingdon 44, Wisbech 109, Yaxley 30+, Foxton 1, Grafham 3, Werrington c.70.

Paxton Pits - up to 4 Bittern, White-fronted Goose, 2 Red-crested Pochard, 7 Smew, 2 Goosander, Water Rail, Jack Snipe, c.10 Siskin (Martin Davis, Mark Raymant, Gary Woodburn, Jamie Wells et al.)

Grafham Water - 2 drake Goosander, female Scaup, drk Red-crested Pochard (Mike Knowles)

Upware - 2 Short-eared Owls, 2 Barn Owls, Little Owl (David Heath)

Barleycraft - Woodcock, 2 Smew, Bittern (Richard Thomas)

Mare Fen - 28 European White-fronted Geese (Richard Thomas)

Friday, 31 December

WAXWING summary - Yaxley 40, Cambridge 50+, Huntingdon c.80, Little Downham 19, St. Neots 74.

Godmanchester GP - 3 Red-crested Pochards, 4 Whooper Swans flew over (Paul Andrew)

Chippenham Fen - Egyptian Goose nearby, 20 Siskins, Peregrine over (David Collins)

Wimpole Hall - 11 Mandarins (Philip Bubb)

Paxton Pits - Black-necked Grebe (Martin Davis)

Thursday, 30 December

St. Neots, Pocket Park - 2 Bitterns, Cetti's Warbler alarm calling and showing occasionally, Water Rail (Richard Bashford)

Paxton - 4 Goosanders and a Goldeneye on the river (Graham Moates) 

WAXWING Summary - St. Neots 3, Huntingdon 8, Over 17, Stretham 14, Cambridge 38+, Peterborough c70.

Wednesday, 29 December

Grafham Water - 5 Red-crested Pochard 5 (2 drks) at Hill Farm car park, 2 Imm male Scaup still around base of tower on dam, Brambling (Mark Hawkes)

Over - 3 WAXWINGS (Richard Thomas)

Stretham - 5 WAXWINGS (Owen Marks)

Yaxley - 5 WAXWINGS Top of Mere View junction with Broadway (Chris Garve)

Fen Ditton - GREAT GREY SHRIKE in a tree near the old railway bridge in High Ditch Road, flew off into the trees over towards the A14 (Dee Butler)

Cambridge - 50+ WAXWINGS by Elizabeth Way bridge 15:00h (Ian Anderson)

Tuesday, 28 December

Stretham - 19 WAXWING (Owen Marks)

Over - 2 Waxwings (Richard Thomas)

Grafham Water - 14 WAXWINGS south over Marlow, 4 Scaup, 6 Smew, 2 Goosander, 14+ Lesser Redpoll, 2 Pintail, 8 Ruddy Duck (Mark Hawkes)

Aldreth - 5 WAXWINGS, 2 Corn Buntings (Paul Mason) Marsh Harrier, Peregrine, Little Egret and 2 Tawny Owls (Simon Stirrup, Cathy Morton, Daniel Duff)

Cambridge - 26 WAXWINGS feeding on apples on small tree by Buchanan Street Centre by lights on Kings Hedges Road (Chris Went) 50+ WAXWINGS Elizabeth Way Bridge (Catherine Andrews)

Hilton - 40 WAXWINGS in large trees at end of Kidman Close (per

Paxton  - 2 Bitterns along the River Ouse (Dave Oates et al.)