Tuesday 25th February 2020

Advanced warning: There will be an educational access group of students from Cornwall college Newquay using the Walmsley tower hide on Wednesday 26th Feb & Wednesday 4th March from 09:30 till 12 noon.Access to members is still OK but be prepared for it to be busy.

Burniere Hide Update: The Burniere hide is now available for use again after damage from the gales.Thanks to our Walmsley team for their quick response. (Adrian Langdon CBWPS Warden)

Penzance: 2 Black Redstart by the train station. (P St Pierre) 3 Black Swan back in the harbour. (DK Parker, R Simons)

Trevose Head: 6+ Lapland Bunting in stubble field below car park. Over the hour I saw a group of three and then three separate individuals and then the flock of six, also 2 Chough landed briefly in stubble field and appeared to be unringed. (C Button)

Porth: 1 Dipper on river opp Melancoose Mill. (S Grose)

Kingsmill Lake: 12 Greenshank, 59 Black-tailed Godwit, 4 Bar-tailed Godwit, 12 Lapwing, c.80 Dunlin, c.20 Redshank, 54 Teal, c.20 Wigeon, & 1 Barnacle Goose visible in fields beyond (P Kemp)

Upper Tamar Lake: 4 Ring-necked Duck (3m,1f) , 8 Great Crested Grebe, 56 Canada Goose, 1m Tufted Duck, 11 Mallard, 3 Cormorants, 27 Lesser Black-backed Gull (R Mudge)

Looe Estuary mouth: 3 Eider (3m,1f) (A Piper)

Eider- A Piper

Siblyback Lake: 1 male Ring-necked Duck,19 + Tufted Duck; including French female,2 Goldeneye , 3 Little Grebe, 5+ Redwing (K Pellow)

Restronguet Weir: 4+ drake Red-breasted Mergansers, 4 Black-necked Grebe and 1 Slav Grebe. (R Labbett)

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