Monday, 11 July 2016

A much calmer day than of late but not much of a change in bird-life inland. It wont be long however before the first juvenile Willow Warblers will be heading south onto our shores. Waders continue to dominate proceedings with today's collection concerning one Ringed Plover, 11 Dunlins, 37 Curlews, three Common Sandpipers, and 19 Turnstones. At sea two Common Scoters and 23 Black-headed Gulls were picked out heading south.

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