Waxwings featured yet again as the main species of interest with a very photogenic group on North Leas Avenue which started off at about 15 but had increased to more than 42 by the end of the day.
Also a small group of 8 were seen in the trees outside the Sainsbury’s Local on Seamer Road during the afternoon.
At Crook Ness the Shore Larks were still present with a group of 13 being seen in the afternoon and in the fields around Long Nab about 80 Skylarks could be seen.
Elsewhere at Wykeham South Lake waterfowl included 117 Wigeon and 3 Goldeneye and also here a Little Egret, a pair of Stonechats and 3 Mistle Thrushes. 2 Water Rails and 2 Kingfishers were still present at the Open Air Theatre and the Black-necked Grebe looks set to spend the winter in Scarborough Harbour.
|The Crowd - North Leas Avenue - Nick Addey
|The Target - North Leas Avenue - Chris Bell
|Shore Larks - Crook Ness - Nick Addey