Monday, 23 November 2015

Still no Dovekie!

This 1w Caspian Gull was this mornings highlight, it appeared on the beach as DW and I were sea watching from the fishing boats, unfortunately it flew off before we get near it.
08.30-11.00 & 13.45-15.30
Brent Goose: 36 NE   15 SW
Shelduck: 2 NE
Gadwall: 3 SW    2 in
Wigeon: 9 NE
Shoveler: 2 NE
Teal: 5 SW
Common Scoter: 12 NE   5 SW
Eider: 2 SW drakes
Red-breasted Merganser: 4 SW
Red-throated Diver: 28 SW    38 NE
Great-crested Grebe: 31 around
Gannet: 149 NE     23 SW
Peregrine: 1 around
Oystercatcher: 14 SW
Dunlin: 3 SW
Knot: 1 SW
Turnstone: 6 around
Curlew: 1 in
Kittiwake: 51 SW    41 NE    8 around
Caspian Gull: 1w on beach
Guillemot: 8 on sea
Auk sp : 275 NE     15 SW
Starling: 302 in

JT129 appeared when the fish offal was dumped this morning
A visit to Scotney found all the usual feral geese, as well as few Dunlin and Redshank on the Pools, most of the usal duck were present albeit in small numbers.
Burrowes hosts 3 Goosander (1 drake) and 2 Red head Smew per MH & PB but was generally quiet.

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