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Saturday, 5 November 2016

Otmoor RSPB 5th November

Hen Harrier courtesy of Eddie McLaughlin

Hen Harrier 2 (both ringtail)
Marsh Harrier 2
Sparrowhawk 2
White-fronted Geese 4 (2ad)
Barnacle Goose (feral)
Water Rail 2
Cetti's Warbler 2 (h)

Starting c40,000 in roost but no dancing this evening.
nb: The walk from the car park to the Starling watchpoint takes approximately 20 minutes.

(Andy Last, Badger)

Feral Barnacle Goose (Badger)


  1. So where is the best place for viewing the Starlings?

  2. There are two set aside Starling viewing areas; Beside the first screen, and half way between the first and second screen. Visitors are requested to access the banks only at these designated areas.