Saturday, 15 January 2011


The 1W  Glaucous Gull was still by the fishing boats this morning. Sea watching from the shelter of the boats there was a steady stream of Auks mainly Razorbills moving west also many Kittiwakes and a few Gannets but little else. A look at the ARC Pit from the road produced the Glossy Ibis sitting in a sheltered bush for a few minutes before it flew SE towards the observatory before settling at the eastern end of the pit out of site. Also there 3 Goosander and 4 Smew. At Dymchurch the Northern Long-tailed Tits were very elusive with one quite distant view in 2 hours . 

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