Thursday 21 May 2020

Thursday 21st May

The first Honey Buzzard of spring was seen near Wykeham Raptor Viewpoint today. A male Hen Harrier also flew east there this afternoon. At South Cliff 2 Barnacle Geese and 2 Ringed Plovers flew south. The watch at Long Nab was slow but 2 Common Terns and 2 Dunlin flew north. The Stonechat pair have fledged three young and the Grasshopper Warbler sang briefly just north of the observatory. A Reed Warbler was seen in bushes along Taylor Way near Seamer Tip. A Cuckoo was near Reasty Bank, Broxa Forest. The Pink-footed Goose remains at Seamer Road Mere. Another Cuckoo at Low North Camp where three Garden Warblers were singing, also Green Woodpecker and Spotted Flycatcher recorded.

Full counts from Long Nab Bird Observatory:

Stonechat at Long Nab - Chris Bell

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