Dam End:- 1 Common Sandpiper, 1 Kingfisher, 2 adult + 8 gosling Egyptian Geese, 2 Common Terns, 2 Swift, 9 Sand Martin, 20 House Martin, 4 Swallow, 2 Tufted Duck on Lagoon.
Butterflies:- 1 Clouded Yellow, 1 Painted Lady, 1 Peacock, 1 Comma, 8 Red Admiral, 1 Small Heath, 1 Silver Washed Fritillary, 1 Marble White.
Dragonflies:-5 Black-tailed Skimmers, 2 Broad-bodied Chaser, 20 Common Darters, 3 Emperors, 3 Brown Hawkers, 2 Red-eyed Damselfly, 5 Banded Demoiselles.

Whillet’s:- Reed Bunting, Kingfisher, Buzzard and several Whitethroats. Slow Worm,
Butterflies:- 32 Meadow Brown, 54 Ringlets, 41 Small Skipper, 2 Large Skipper, 1 Essex Skipper, 3 Gatekeeper, 1 Marbled White, 1 Large White, 3 Small White, 2 Green Veined White, 2 Red Admiral, 1 Comma, 1 Small Tortoiseshell, 1 Six Spot Burnet moth.
1 Brilliant Emerald on river,1 Brown Hawker,1 Broad-bodied Chaser,7 Common Darter,10 Blue Tail Damselfly,8 White-legged Damselfly.
1 each of Tawny Longhorn Beetle and Yellow & Black Longhorn Beetle.

West End:- 2 Common Terns sat (newest raft and closer left raft) and 2 others with them, 2 obvious Great Crested Grebe nests with sitting birds and around 20 other adults nearby, 6 Mandarin, Moorhen, Mallard and in addition to normal Greylags a tight group of 13 white ones near opposite shore, 3 Mute Swans at Pintail Point, Blackcap and Reed Bunting singing to left of hide.

You are welcome to attend the Sailing Club event on Saturday 24 July 2021. There will be water sports; BBQ and band. Please see HERE for details and tickets.

Dam End:- Adult female Goshawk flew across reservoir being chased by Gulls, 1 Common Sandpiper, 4 Common Terns, 79 Black-headed Gulls + 4 juveniles, 2 adult Egyptian Geese with 8 goslings still.

Whillet’s:- 1 Kingfisher.
1 Southern Hawker,1 Brown Hawker,1 Banded Demoiselle,9 White-legged Damselfly,3 Blue Tail Damselfly.
Butterflies – 24 Small Skippers, 8 Large Skippers, 3 Small White, 1 Red Admiral, 1 Small Tortoiseshell, 1 Comma, 47 Meadow Brown, 45 Ringlets.
9 Grass Snakes, pregnant Lizard, mating pair of Tawny Longhorn Beetles.

Whillet’s:-  Dragonflies: 2 Brilliant Emerald Dragonflies at Meadow Pond –  The last and only other sighting of this species at Weir Wood was 10 years ago.  Also seen were 1 Emperor Dragonfly, 1 Beautiful and 1 Banded Demoiselle, 30 Azure, 4 Blue-tailed and 1 White-legged Damselflies.
Butterflies: 30 Meadow Brown, 25 Ringlet, 9 Small Skipper, 4 Large Skipper, 1 Gatekeeper, 1 Small and 1 Large White, 1 Comma. Plus 1 Cinnabar Moth.
Birds: 1 Yellowhammer, 1 Kingfisher, 1 Reed Bunting. Reed Warbler and Chiffchaff heard, 1 Whitethroat.
West End:-  3 Mute Swan, 2m Tufted Duck, 1 Garden Warbler, 1 Blackcap, 2 Kingfishers, 9 Common Terns, 1 Buzzard. 1 probable Pipistrelle bat in a bat roost boxes. 1 Small Magpie and 1 Bloodvein moth in study area.