Saturday 15 April 2017

Friday 14th April 2017

Another very quiet day today with very little being reported from within our area.

At least 4 Shore Larks were seen at Long Nab.

The first Tree Pipit for the year was located this morning to the west of Wykeham Lakes whilst at Wykeham South Lake there were 4 Pink-footed and 2 Barnacle Geese plus a few Sand Martins, Swallows and 7 Common Buzzards, also a cream-crowned Marsh Harrier flew through.

The injured Dark-bellied Brent Goose was still surviving at Burton Riggs, a Snipe was on Johnson’s Marsh and there are now good numbers of Willow Warblers in our area.

Sand Martins have returned to the small colony on Cayton Bay with a total of eleven birds being seen today.

Sand Martins - Cayton Bay - Chris Bull

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