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BS




Monday, August 22, 2022

Fly Flatts,a.m.

 

                                          1 of 7 Stonechat moving through

                                        along with 3 Reed Buntings




                                       This Peregrine on the shore did,nt help matters.
                                       Single Dunlin very flighty due to the Pere.


A decent morning weather wise at Fly Flatts with a light SE>2 with 90% cloud at 13 degrees.
                      Passerines were the highlight this morning, though nothing special, it was good to see Stonechat and Reed Buntings moving through plus a mass of Meadow Pipits and 14 Wheatear.
                       Just 2 waders present with an adult Common Sandpiper and a juv Dunlin, the latter being very flighty before leaving the area due to an unwanted Peregrine on the north shore.
                      Very few gulls this morning with 9 LBB and 12 Black Headed which didnt seem to mind the Peregrines presence.
                       No time for an afternoon session today and hoping that tonights thick fog up here in the Gods clears by morning but with a light SE forecast its not looking good. 
BS