Wednesday, 13 September 2017

Patching and then another Pec Sand

On the patch a now long staying Whinchat, Wheatears, and a surprise Barn Owl late one evening.
A very brief Sedge Warbler was a cracking bird to find. Swift numbers were now almost nil with a single bird being seen.
Whitethroat a couple in the OSW compound. 15 Released Red Legged Partridge was the highest count id had at the NSW
Lots of house Martins moving but the best bird of the Weekend was a nice Spotted Flycatcher.

Time for a trip over to North Norfolk for the day via the Brecks for 80+ Stone Curlew. Most ive seen anywhere.

Then to Cley, i wasn't going to bother with the reported Pec Sand off Cley but very glad i did, after me cake and coffee anyway :-)

Tonight the Whinchats still around COSW, a sea watch produced Sandwich Terns, a Drak Skua Sp , Common Scoter a few waders and a Good Movement of House Martins.

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