Colin Barsby submitted a picture of a chick moorhen
being fed in Queen's Park, Loughborough.
- aimed at reducing vulnerability and delivering positive results and reassurance to victims of crime - has been very successful and has led to a number of arrests.
wales) highlights a number of species missing vital evidence of breeding from Pen Llyn, including Moorhen
, Coot, Dunnock, Chiffchaff and Sparrowhawk.
Some of these may include Coot, Moorhen
, Mallard, Shoveler, Teal, Grey Heron, Little Egret, Spur-winged Lapwing, Black-winged Stilt, Francolin, Kingfisher, Goldfinch, Blackcap and Kestrel.
Breeding birds at seepage ponds in Pakistan include night-heron, cotton teal, pheasant tailed jacana, purple moorhen
, besides some passerines.
Resident birds which come to breed here in March include spot- billed duck, Indian moorhen
, black- winged stilt, purple heron, egrets, white- breasted waterhen, Oriental darter and blackcrowned night heron among others.
Due to its rich ecology, it has now become home to birds such as Purple Moorhen
, Grey Heron, Pintail, Indian Stork, Lesser Whistling Teals, Coots, Shovelers, Red-rumpled Swallow, Bronze-winged Jacana and recently even flamingoes have been spotted.
Species Number of files Bogota moorhen
17 Swamp wren 30 Silvery-throated spinetail 22 Bogota nunbird 35 Common wren 32 Tropical kingbird 25 Hummingbird 31 Yellow beak moorhen
12 Red beak moorhen
12 Blackbird 13 Shiny cowbird 24 Rufous-collared sparrow 18 Total 300
Commercial property specialist Shortland Penn + Moore has sold the second phase of Innage Park in Atherstone to the BLME Light Industrial Building Fund, care of Coba Asset Management and Seven Dials Fund Management, on behalf of Moorhen
Commercial property specialist Shortland Penn & Moore has sold the second phase of Innage Park in Atherstone to the BLME Light Industrial Building Fund, care of Coba Asset Management and Seven Dials Fund Management, on behalf of Moorhen
Today, the lakes are home to birds like the moorhen
, grey heron, great crested grebe, coot and kingfisher.
Shakespeare wrote a great play," says Wendy Moorhen
of the Richard III Society, "but it's not really history.