Inert continue to work on the land mass, with plenty of activity when I visited on Tuesday morning. At least four if not five John Stacey tipper lorries, and one new boy (well to me anyway) , a Pennington grab loader.
I really need to pop onto the land mass to see the extent of Inert's working. There is nothing breeding where they are operating. Anything that is breeding (like the Lapwings and Sky Larks), will be doing so either on Finch pond or the grasslands, and possibly Cormorant lake (north).
There was a digger and bulldozer operating simultaneously on Tuesday. Normally there is only one driver. The digger driver appears to be someone new - least ways I've not seen him before. Anyway, on Tuesday he seemed to be working on the south vehicle track, using the digger's shovel to flatten the trackway by pushing the shovel along it.
Now, the issue is, Inert have done this to me before. They have a brief flurry of activity for a couple of weeks. Then go back to faffing around the edges with one or two lorries.
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