Wednesday 19 October 2022

Wednesday 19th October

 Two Redwings in a garden in Briardene Road garden this morning signalled a small arrival of these beautiful thrushes with 36 Redwing arriving in off the sea at South Cliff this morning. Other highlights south past South Cliff were 10 Goldeneye (1N), one Black-throated Diver, one Grey Plover and one Little Gull. Passing north there were one Dark-bellied Brent Goose, three Arctic Skuas and one Pomarine Skua. A Short-eared Owl and three Brambling arrived in off the sea. Another Short-eared Owl arrived in off then sea and was seen to land on the north side of the Castle slopes. A Barnacle Goose was again at Seamer Road Mere and a pair of Shoveler were at Seamer Tip Pools. A Brambling was amongst a flock of Greenfinches, Goldfinches and Chaffinches at Coverdale Moor along with 80-100 Redwings and a large number of Blackbirds. 40+ Goldfinches, two Jays and small flocks of Redwing and Fieldfare were in Wykeham Forest near the old nursery buildings. South past Long Nab Obs this morning were one Black-throated Diver, one Goldeneye, one Common Eider, one Pale-bellied Brent Goose and 1,013 Gannets (130N). Six Arctic Skuas flew north (1S). 15 Grey Herons were at Johnson's Marsh and three Goldcrests were at Crook Ness.

Long-tailed Tit by Paul Tozer.

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