Friday, 19 October 2012

It was an extremely quiet day bird-wise, with virtually nothing to report. Three Coal Tits in the plantation were about the the only new arrivals.

 Oystercatchers gathered on the Narrows as one of the largest tides of the year saw most of the beaches disappear 
A handful of Herring Gulls and Black-headed Gulls fed in loose flocks out to sea
Over 100 Curlews were seen yesterday

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