Friday, 30 March 2012

Slowly but surely

Great weather continues and so does the sloooow Birding.
Started very well however, with my first Holmpton visible migration event in the form of a Sand Martin (61) flying north.
Phil then kindly drove me down to Spurn were we tried for a Black Redstart and "Northern" Bullfinch but no joy... we did however see our first Goldcrest of the year and had a chat with Ian Smith.
Did a few bits around the Cottage in the afternoon and then took Bud down the cliff. Added Grey Partridge (62), 3 Oystercatchers (63) and Kittiwake (64).
Decent North wind forecast in the morning, so down the cliff for a seawatch...

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