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Hardwick Hall NT Derbyshire

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Common Buzzard
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Gelderd55
Date
14 May 2014
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Hardwick Hall is a National Trust owned property located roughly 1 mile from Junction 29 of the M1. The 5 ponds are located within the grounds of the Hall and are surrounded by a mixture of open parkland with many mature deciduous trees(Oak, Silver Birch, Ash),and farmland. Access to the ponds is free (any donations are welcome). The site holds good numbers of duck including Mallard, Tufted Duck, Coot, Gadwall as well as a resident pair of Mute Swans. The surrounding woods hold several Tit species, Treecreeper, Nuthatch,Great spotted, Green and possibly Lesser Spotted Woodpecker.

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