Saturday, 19 September 2015

Patch birding...

The highlight of this morning's search around the patch was a very brief view of a Yellow-browed Warbler first found by my Dad in the plantation by the entrance of Druridge Pools. It seemed to be hanging around with a group of Goldcrests and disappeared almost as soon as we got onto it. A Greenshank also at Druridge Pools, with another at Chevington along with a Pintail and 6 Bar-headed Geese.

At Cresswell there was a Mediterranean Gull, Greenshank, Little Egret and Kingfisher, and the first Pink-footed Geese of the autumn were flying over.

PWC 15
Species: 162
Points: 217

162. Yellow-browed Warbler

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