Friday, 1 July 2011

28th - 29th June

A few instances of bird movement were observed during another sunny day on the 28th. Diurnal migrants passing through were 22 Swifts and a Kestrel flying south, while new birds to arrive in the morning included a Sedge Warbler, 2 Common Redpolls, 6 Collared Doves, a Woodpigeon and 3 Grey Herons. Golden Plovers reached 196 and a Sandwich Tern was in Nouster Bay.

There was less to report on the 29th, but a Garden Warbler singing at Holland was new, the number of Knots increased to 45 and one of the Common Redpolls was still present.

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