The elusive 1st winter Iceland Gull was seen again today over Seamer Tip and there were also 4 Woodcocks in the area and the 2nd winter Mediterranean Gull was still visiting Peasholm Park and also the harbour this afternoon.
A nice new discovery was an adult Little Gull feeding in North Bay opposite the former Royal Albert Drive Café but soon after its discovery the area was closed to traffic because of a high tide warning. Also in Scarborough today a Waxwing was seen by B&Q on Seamer Road where a Woodcock flew towards Oliver’s Mount.
Out at Thornton-le-Dale the village was full of Redwings and Song Thrushes and there were still 6 Hawfinches in the churchyard.
|Fieldfare - Hayley Richardson|