This video from Britain says about itself:
How Old Moor Nature Reserve in the Dearne Valley, South Yorkshire, was opened to local communities and birdwatchers. The 250 acre natural moor is home to may bird species and helps to protect the local area from flooding.
From the Old Moor & Dearne Valley blog in England:
Stormy Monday – Old Moor sightings Monday 9th June
Karen W 10 Jun 2014 9:57 AM
There were thunderstorms but in between it was quite warm and sunny, here are the sightings from today.
The glossy ibis is still being reported from Houghton Washlands
Avocet and teal were seen on wader scrape.
From Wath Ings a male wigeon was seen.
A barn owl was seen hunting near to the reed bed screen this afternoon.
Tree bumblebees are still being seen in the courtyard.
That’s it from the book but if you’ve seen anything else please let us know.