Category Archives: Sightings

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June 2017

Sunday 12th – Paul M – quiet but saw a flock of 14 Canada geese and surprisingly a single fulmar high over the Stay’s heading East, a 1st for Paull for me Sunday 4th June – Paul M– quiet, first … Continue reading

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May 2017

Saturday 27th May – Paul M 2 common scoter, 2 avocet, drake tufted duck, good numbers of damselfly around pond, 3 four-spot chaser. Friday  19th May – Simon – 6 common tern, 6 arctic tern, 1 arctic skua, 11 common … Continue reading

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April 2017

  Sunday 30th April  – Simon – 516 arctic tern, 70 common tern, 18 commic tern, 76 black tern, 2 sandwich tern, all east. 22 whimbrel, 35 bar-tailed godwit, 8 knot, 1 shag, 8 common scoter, 1 yellow wagtail, 1 … Continue reading

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March 2017

Friday 31st – Simon – 202 pink-footed goose, 12 avocet, 1 chiffchaff, 1 black-cap Sunday 26th March – from Paul – Quiet, good views of a perched peregrine and 2 marsh harriers on the other side of the river Saturday 25th … Continue reading

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February 2017

Sunday 26th – Simon – 2 male shoveler, 2 marsh harrier, 7 rock pipit Friday 24th February – Paul & Simon – 5 common buzzard, 2 marsh harrier, hunting barn owl near the farm and good views of 3 short eared … Continue reading

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January 2017

Bird List and Stats updated for 2016 Sunday 29th – Simon – 3 white-fronted goose, 800+ pink-footed goose, 9 goldeneye, 2 merlin, peregrine, 3 marsh harrier Saturday 28th – Simon – 175 white-fronted goose (18 on strays basin), 954 pink-footed goose, … Continue reading

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December 2016

Tuesday 29th – from Paul –36 white-fronted goose (European Race) in fields to left of bank from pond car park update from Simon – 21 tufted duck west Tuesday 27th – from Simon – 5 whooper swan, 56 pink -footed goose, … Continue reading

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