Sunday, 1 December 2013

The 30th was a very quiet day indeed, with a Woodcock in the wetlands just about the highlight of the day! However, December started on a somewhat better note, with a few nice arrivals to be seen on the 1st. The day started off well with singles of Wigeon and pale-bellied Brent Goose recorded around the Narrows; two Hooded Crows were seen feeding on Solfach, amongst the usual Choughs, and the Water Pipit was again present here. In the wetlands, two Jack Snipe were flushed, along with six Snipe, whilst thrush numbers were down to six Song Thrushes and one Redwing.

 The feeding flock of Choughs continue to make use of the rotting piles of kelp, with a maximum of 48 birds present on Solfach at the moment
 Two Hooded Crows have also taken to feeding on Solfach 
Rock Pipit

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