Saturday 29 October 2022

Saturday 29th October

 The long staying Whooper Swan was at Seamer Road Mere along with a female Goldeneye. Approximately 100 Wigeon were present at Scalby Mills along with two Goosanders. A Red-throated Diver was at the north end of Cayton Bay where four Whooper Swans flew west and a Kingfisher was at the Open Air Theatre. 14 Ringed Plover and two Bar-tailed Godwits were in Jackson's Bay. Four Goldeneye flew south past Hundale Point and a Great Northern Diver flew north. Single Common Eider and Puffin were on the sea there. A Snow Bunting was in fields just south of Cromer Point Sewage Works this morning. Highlights south past Long Nab this morning were three Whooper Swans, one Goosander, 22 Little Gulls, four Mediterranean Gulls (1N), 58 Lesser Redpoll and 286 Siskin. Highlights south past South Cliff this morning were 213 Wood Pigeon, 128 Chaffinch, 56 Greenfinch, one Twite and 345 Siskin. A Goldcrest and two Chiffchaff were on the north side of Castle Hill and five Little Gulls flew south past Marine Drive.

Goldeneye by Mark Hepples.

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