Thursday 11 April 2024

Thursday 11th April

A female type Black Redstart briefly on the Castle grassland fence line late morning.  South at Castle Hill were two Swallow, one Yellow Wagtail, two White Wagtail briefly on grassland, two Bullfinch, 60 Siskin and a Corn Bunting. A Great Northern Diver in the Harbour. A Cetti's Warbler singing on Cleveland Way clifftop above Cayton Bay200 metres north of the old water works building and a Raven over north. A Lesser Whitethroat singing on lane near to Whitecroft pumping station and three Jays near Ox Pasture. Pair of Peregrine again on Castle headland and two well grown Moorhen chicks at Burton Riggs. A drake Common Scoter, female Goosander, three Goldeneye, 12 Sand Martin and two Mistle Thrush were the highlights at North Yorkshire Water Park Water Sports Lake. Coastal vismig highlights at South Cliff this morning: Tree Pipit, Yellow Wagtail, Brambling, 15 Sand Martin, five Swallow, single House Martin, 159 Linnet, 90 Siskin and 104 Goldfinch all south.  A flock of 58 Pink-footed Geese flew north.

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