Friday, 10 May 2019

Friday 10th May

The Woodchat Shrike was seen near Cliff Top House, Long Nab throughout the day, feeding in the arable fields. Also near Cliff Top House were a Spotted Flycatcher and a Garden Warbler, while a female Redstart was at Middle Plantation and 4 Wheatears were in the field north of Long Nab. An Osprey was seen circling about a mile inland from Long Nab this morning, drifting north. A female Pied Flycatcher was spotted near the Youth Hostel on Burniston Road, and a Redwing was at Oliver's Mount. A Marsh Harrier flew east over Burton Riggs, there were 16 Whimbrel at Seamer Mead, and 15 Sedge Warblers were singing around the perimeter of Seamer Tip. At Wykeham South Lake there was a Yellow Wagtail, a Whimbrel, 2 Black Terns, a second Ring-necked Duck and a passage of 20+ Swifts. 

Full count from Long Nab here:

Moorhen chicks - Andy Brown

1 comment:

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