The first Yellow Wagtail for the year was recorded early morning flying over Peasholm and
the first Whimbrel was also seen today flying north along the cliffs at Scalby Lodge.
There was a Sanderling on the beach in North Bay, 2♀ Goosanders on the sea off Crook Ness and the ♂ Garganey was still present on Johnson’s Marsh.
Another interesting discovery today was a 2cy Iceland Gull at Harwood Dale Lake, a 2cy Mediterranean Gull flew southwest over Seamer Tip pool and a Red Kite went south over Scalby Main Road at 17.10.
Other interesting migrants included a Swallow at Burton Riggs and 2 Wheatears on Castle Hill tops.
|2cy Iceland Gull - Harwood Dale Lake - Chris McNaghten|