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Local Bird news
All morning spent on Thornhill Wetlands Reserve at Kerries in Ossett .
There is much improved bird passage along this part of the Calder Valley.
There are at least 4 new Reed Warblers on the Reserve at Kerries Foods with a new Grasshopper Warbler reeling at the 2nd top half of the reserve.Another 3 Sedge Warblers are present this morning along with 2 new Garden Warblers.
Swifts are still moving stadily up the valley but the numbers are not as high possibly due to the improved weather conditions.
A Common Tern passed the reserve at 08:10 hours going steadily westwards towards Dewsbury.
Most of the activity was between 07:00 and 09:30 hours.
A pair of Bullfinches were continuosly coming on to the reserve and 2 Oyster catchers were coming off the Sewage works then returning about every half Hour or so.
There was no sign of the Cettis warbler observed on the previous two days.