Tuesday, 19 July 2011

The wind finally died down today, although there was still very little in the way of scarcities about. Two Common Sandpipers and two Lapwings were seen around the south end in the morning, whilst the usual flock of Curlews (18 today), a Whimbrel, five Ringed Plovers and a Grey Heron were around the narrows. Nine juvenile Willow Warblers had moved to the withies, whilst warblers seen elsewhere amounted to: three Sedge Warblers, two Whitethroats, six Chiffchaffs and four more Willow Warblers. A Kestrel and a Collared Dove were around the nant area, whilst three young Peregrine Falcons harassed the local Choughs and Carrion Crows.

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