Thursday, July 23, 2015

Fly Flatts

Yesterday morning before the drizzle and mist crept in.
Thank's to Nick from last night the Green Sandpiper was still there until at least 10:00 at the NW end but kept hiding away !
At least 8 Common Sandpipers
100+ Swifts
2 Swallows
1 Sand Martin
Barnacle Goose with 4 Greylags and 200+ Canadas
6 Kestrels
1 distant SEO
3 B H Gulls and 15 L B B Gulls >W


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Brian Sumner . said...

Glad you managed to get it Dave, a rare bird in this area now.