Tuesday, 19 May 2009

Very little of interest appeared to lift the dwindling enthusiasm on another uninspiring morning census. A Common Tern was the highlight of an otherwise very dull seawatch, while a Common Kestrel was just about the most exciting sighting on the land. Passerines migrants were few in number, with little more than just six Sedge Warblers, five Spotted Flycatchers, four Lesser Redpolls and the usual Yellow Wagtail seen. Two Sanderlings four Ruddy Turnstones and three Whimbrels were the pick of the waders.

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