Whinchat at the Observatory
Around The Point this morning although there wasn't many birds there were some nice birds, 2 Whinchats, Spotted Flycatcher, Pied Flycatcher, Wheatear, Black Redstarts, Common and Lesser Whitethroats, Reed Warblers etc.
Wheatear at the Observatory
Wasp Spiders around the Observatory
Galloways was quiet with another Pied Flycatcher and a few each of Common Whitethroat and Stonechat but little else.
Pied Flycatcher at Galloways
On the ARC from Hanson 4 Greenshank, 2 Wood Sandpipers, 2 Common Sandpipers, 3 Redshank, 3 Ruff, 2 Dunlin, 12 Garganey, a Great White Egret among the usual Gulls and wildfowl.
Pointing out the Red Underwing on Hanson Hide13.00-15.00 from the fishing boats per AJG
Common Scoter: 12W
Coot: 1 drifted east on the tide close inshore (would have been a Dungeness sea watch tick for me)
Arctic Skua: 3W
Sandwich Tern: 144W
Common Tern: 59W
Swallow: 6 out
Sand Martin: 54 out
Pied Flycatcher in a private garden this afternoon, many thanks to Dave Bunney for allowing access
Willow Warbler after a bath
This evening on Burrowes I was unable to find the Black Tern or anything else of note, I did note 3 Norwegian and 1 French ringed Great Black-backed Gull.
Scorched Carpet the best in the trap this morning