Friday, 28 September 2018

Thursday 13th September 2018

A juvenile Curlew Sandpiper flew south past Cromer Point at 07.20 this morning and there were also 4 Pink-footed Geese plus small numbers of finches and hirundines moving south. Figures from here and nearby at Long Nab included 9 Pink-footed Geese (S), 47 Common Scoter (4 S, 43 N), 2 Sandwich Terns (N), 3 Arctic Terns (S), 2 Aectic Skuas (S), 2 Sand Martins (S), 57 Swallows (45 S, 12 N), 63 House Martins (24 S, 39 N), 226 Meadow Pipits (S), 77 Linnet (S), 56 Goldfinch (52 S, 4 N), 8 Siskin (S) and 2 Reed Bunting (S).

At Wykeham South Lake this morning a Redshank, a Common Sandpiper, a Snipe and a Lesser Black-backed Gull; a Golden Plover flew east over Seamer Tip; a partial eclipse drake Eider was at Scalby Mills and the Great White Egret remained for its fourth day on The Mere.

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