Tuesday 6 September 2016


Just half an hour to spare before work this morning. Nick and I had a Great Northern Diver fly into the bay before looping around and flying back out again. This is the first we've had this autumn. A quick trip out after work produced a Common Sandpiper off Mudbank, along with 30 Knot and 4 Bar-tailed Godwits. For some reason the Mute Swan flock seems to be enjoying Mudbank with 47 present this afternoon. There were 2 presumed first-winter White Wagtails on the cricket pitch (both pale yellow around the face).

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