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Sunday, April 30, 2017

Tern and Wader watch at Fly Flatts

                                       Curlew over the water
        Another combination, Common Sand and Mipit
                                  Mipit
                                          Wheatear
                      6 Herring gulls present throughout








            Unusual to get a Black Headed at this time
                                   1 of 14 Common Sandpipers
              21 Golden Plover in the Nolstar field


                 A few Northern amongst them.





                              Plenty Linnets about


                                       female Pied Wagtail

An icy cold start at Fly Flatts at 0700 hrs in a strong SE>5 dropping slightly mid watch to ESE>4
with grey skies and light specks of rain.
Target birds today were Waders and Terns, Gordon at Skipton reported plenty Black Terns about, but not for me.
A walk along the full length of the reservoir produced 14 Common Sandpipers and 9 Wheatear as well as 6 Herring gulls .
                                   A Wheatear was on the Nyger seed and an usual 2 Dunnock whilst 11 Lapwing were on the northern shoreline .
                                           On the way back the Nolstar field held 21 Golden Plover with 2 Oystercatcher nearby.

11 Lapwing
21 Golden Plover.........................Nolstar
2 Oystercatcher............................Cold Edge Rd fields
14 Common Sandpiper
1 Redshank
7 Curlew
6 Herring gull
1 Black Headed gull
1pr Reed Bunting
2 Dunnock
8 Linnet
3 Pied Wagtail
9 Wheatear

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