Friday, 15 August 2014

More and more mud but nothing new (other than DUNLINS)

WILSTONE was very much the same as before with the juvenile BLACK-TAILED GODWIT still present, the juvenile GREENSHANK, 5 Green Sandpipers, 3 Common Sandpipers and 200+ Lapwing. Three DUNLIN had arrived, following a flock of 8 that Steve Rodwell had early morning; otherwise just the 2 adult Whooper Swans and a massive arrival of Atlantic Canada Geese (166), as well as 52 Teal, 49 Gadwall and 15 Shoveler.

On MARSWORTH, the Barnacle Goose was still present. TRINGFORD held 2 Red-crested Pochard and a family party of 5 Little Grebe

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