Migration watch; 08.10 - 10.05hrs.
On the move (south unless stated) were 2 Red-throated Diver + 6 north, 28 Fulmar, 5 Gannet + 1 north, 2 Dark-bellied Brent Geese, 1 Common Scoter north, 1 Little Gull + 1 north, 46 Black-headed Gull, 4 Common Gull + 12 north, 8 Herring Gull, 6 Great Black-backed Gull + 1 north, 1 Kittiwake and 2 Auk sp + 6 north.
Elsewhere it was another busy day, 2 Little Gull were off Cloughton Wyke, 4 Little Gull were on Folkton Carr along with 5 Shoveler, 100 Lapwing, a Golden Plover and 18 Dunlin, a Pink-footed Goose and 4 European White-fronted Geese were with the Greylag Geese at Seamer Tip along with 14 Shoveler, a Mealy Redpoll was along nearby Taylor Way and a Water Rail was seen in one of the ditches there.
Three Little Egret were by Folkton Bridge, 40 Purple Sandpiper and only one Black-necked Grebe were seen in the Harbour, the 2 Dark-bellied Brent Geese and 70 Lapwing were on Scalby Lodge Pond, 2 Goosander and 4 Goldeneye were on Wykeham South Lake, 12 Goosander and the Whooper Swan were on the Mere and other Whooper Swans flew south over Crossgates, 2 south over Westborough and 30 on Potter Brompton Carr.
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