Sunday, 12 July 2009

After a tempestuous night, the weather brightened to leave a day that was perfectly sunny, although still rather breezy. As with the previous day, bird movement seemed to be restricted to a few waders. This time Common Redshanks were the most numerous, with 11 around the Narrows. A Common Sandpiper was again present, as were two Grey Herons, a Whimbrel, four Eurasian Curlews and the Common Starling.

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