Sunday, 9 January 2011

At Dymchurch this morning at least 3 Northern Long-tailed Tits were showing in the trees of private gardens when i first arrived, giving superb veiws in the bins. Unfortunately i was unable to focus the camera on them when they were in the good light so the only shots  i was able to get of these really smart little birds was directly into the sun. On the beach at Dungeness the Glaucous Gull was still showing well and still plenty of Auks and Kittiwakes on the sea. At the ARC Pit from the road, 5 red head Smew, 1 Goosander and 20 Bewick Swans were resting befor flying off north. At Scotney apart from 2 Marsh Harriers and 150+ Golden Plovers there was nothing of note. On Walland still 100+ Bewicks from Hawthorn Corner and the Tree Sparrows were
 sunning them selves but no Geese today. 400 yds from home 14 Waxwings were sitting in the trees and feeding on the nearby Hawthorns but being constantly disturbed by passers by. 

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