Friday 6 May 2022

Friday 6th May

Single Common Sandpipers were at Seamer Road Mere and Scably Mills where two Dippers were present along with the Pale-bellied Brent Goose. Six Bar-tailed Godwits remained at Jackson's Bay and three singing Sedge Warblers, a Northern Whewatear and a Yellow Wagtail were between Jackson's Bay and Cromer Point. A Grasshopper Warbler was behind the wall at the north eastern corner of Marine Drive. Singles of Sandwich Tern, Red throated Diver and Great Northern Diver were in Cayton Bay this morning and, to continue the recent trend of passage cream crowned Marsh Harriers, one flew south at Long Nab late morning. A Hooded Crow flew north through South Cliff early morning. Four Northern Wheatear arrived there in off the sea and flew north, nine flava (Yellow Wagtails) flew south, a Whimbrel was on the Golf Course and a Sedge Warbler was in Cornelian Ravine. Three Common Sandpipers at Wykeham Lakes.
Dipper by Stuart Baines.

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