Thursday, 11 June 2015

Tuesday 9th - Wednesday 10th June 2015

A Red Kite over Rillington was the only report received on 9th.

The 10th was a little more interesting.
Migration watch; 04.55 - 11.15hrs and 18.30 - 20.50hrs.
On the move (south unless stated) were 1 Red-throated Diver, 1 adult summer Great Northern Diver at 06.47hrs, 37 Fulmar north, 2 Manx Shearwater + 14 north, 1392 Gannet + 439 north, 2 Cormorant, 3 Shag north, 1 Grey Heron north, 2 Mallard, 184 Common Scoter north, 5 Red-breasted Merganser north, 1 Dunlin, 1 Arctic Skua north, 4 Black-headed Gull + 1 north, 1 Common Gull + 4 north, 1 Lesser Black-backed Gull, 153 Kittiwake north, 6 Sandwich Tern north, 1 Arctic Tern north, 7471 Auk sp + 2657 north, 52 Puffin + 61 north, 6 Swallow + 4 north, 2 Siskin and 3 Linnet.
Elsewhere a European White-fronted Goose of unknown origin was found at the Mere, the Sedge Warbler was still by Scalby Lodge and at least two Honey Buzzard were seen in Wykeham Forest.

Recently fledged Linnet - Long Nab - Michael McNaghten

European White-fronted Goose - Seamer Mere - Michael McNaghten

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