Tuesday, 17 May 2016

The first Common Tern of the year was watched off the South End in the morning, easily the highlight in a breezy day light in migrants. Also seen at sea were eight Common Scoters with one Ringed Plover, three Purple Sandpipers, three Dunlins, three Whimbrels, and 24 Turnstones feeding on The Narrows at high tide.

The totals from inland sum to one Kestrel, one Collared Dove, one Sand Martin, 81 Swallows, four House Martins, eight Sedge Warblers, one Whitethroat, eight Chiffchaffs, one Willow Warbler, one Spotted Flycatcher, and three Lesser Redpolls.

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