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Saturday, 1 January 2005

Radley Lakes



Radley Lakes (c) Radley Village web-site

Key
E: Thrupp Lake
F: Bullfield Lake or "the fishing lake"
G: The Ash Pit
L: Longmead Lake
M: Orchard Lake

Thrupp Lake is good for wintering waterfowl, including Smew occasionally & roosting gulls

The Ash Pit is unfortunately more or less dried up now

The whole area is good for dragonflies and damselflies



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