Thursday 17 November 2022

Thursday 17th November

 The heavy rain and strong winds with an easterly bent today were a perfect combination for seabird movement along the coast. Highlights past Long Nab today included 13 Dark-bellied Brent Geese, two Whooper Swans, one Velvet Scoter, three Long-tailed Duck, two Great Northern Divers, two Sooty Shearwaters, one Woodcock in off the sea, 1,340 Kittiwakes, 257 Little Gulls, one Mediterranean Gull, one Arctic Tern, two Pomarine Skuas, two Great Skuas, 10 Arctic Skuas and three Little Auks. 36 Purple Sandpipers sought shelter on the Harbour steps and the long staying Whooper Swan was at Seamer Road Mere.

Atmospheric photo of a Mute Swan by Paul Tozer.

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