Friday, 20 November 2015

Only a few moths since my last post which have included 2 Turnip, a Silver Y and my latest record of a Yellow-line Quaker this morning. Had an interesting day at Dunge today where, somewhat to my surprise, it remained dry all day. A Great White Egret, Sparrowhawk, and a couple of Goldeneye were noted from the Hanson Hide on the ARC pit, and a Bittern flew into the reeds near the Screen Hide. Then off to the main part of the reserve where after a bit of a wait the regularly calling Dusky Warbler gave good but brief views between Dengemarsh Hide and the Ramp. A Firecrest and Goldcrest showed well there too. After lunch 4/5 Med Gulls were noted at the patch plus Red-throated Divers, Gannets, Common Scoter, a lone Goldeneye and a Harbour Porpoise. Back on the reserve another Great White Egret & Little Egret were near Boulderwall, with Kingfisher and Goosander noted on Burrows.


 Silver Y

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