A Common Buzzard was found nesting on the ground in a meadow, close to a gate (see also frontispiece). The nest was made of twigs and straws, contained two nestlings of c. 2 days old on 18 June, one of which survived at least till ringing on 8 June. A Kestrel nested in a piece of disused fanning equipment, formerly used to transport manure. This pair had 5 nestlings, one of which could be ringed on 15 July; the other birds had already fledged.