Tuesday 18 October 2022

Tuesday 18th October

 A Common Snipe was at Seamer Tip Pool and a pair of Blackcaps was at Greenish Ravine. Four Red-throated Divers were in Cayton Bay and nine Whooper Swans flew south over Marine Drive. 40 Whooper Swans flew west over Pickering and a further 11 Whooper Swans flew west over Johnson's Marsh where two Reed Buntings were also noted. Four Barnacle Geese landed in a field north of Crook Ness and four Barnacle Geese flew north from Cornelia. A Kingfisher was at the Open Air Theatre and a male Blackcap and a Chiffchaff were in a Burniston Garden. Between Jackson's Bay and the Sewage works there were nine Ringed Plover, one Little Egret, 10 Curlew, one Kestrel, three Reed Buntings and several singing Skylarks.

Grey Wagtail by JanandGary Powell.

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