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Sunday, May 20, 2012

Fly Flatts

                                      2 of 3 Oystercatchers

           Jurys out on this, thought Herring but prob LBB. any comment.

                                       A solitary Wheatear
                                  At least 6 Common Sandpipers

Fly Flatts 0715- 1015hrs. A cold start with a strong NE>5-6 which dropped to 3 mid morn.
Perfect birding grey skies.
A Grasshopper Warbler was the bird of the morning briefley reeling near the boathouse at 0730hrs but failed to re locate it later on.
Nice to meet CK who confirmed that Crossbills have bred at Ogden.

1 Grasshopper Warbler
6 Common Sandpiper
3 Oystercatchers
1 Redshank
1 Wheatear
+ usual sp.
BS

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I had a good luck at 2nd year birds on the Gull Research website. I think it is LBBG.