Monday, 8 October 2012


Pleased with my first local Black-throated Diver (H.108, P.161) this evening, seen at fairly close quarters. Nicely accompanied by a group of 8 Eiders (H.109, P162) flying south.

The Little Gull show continues with birds stretched out all along the coastline...a fabulous sight. Great to watch them feeding on the sea surface and in the air in their characteristic dainty way. At least one thousand, probably more. With large numbers at Spurn, it makes you wonder what the total number stretched out along the Holderness coast might be?

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