Ten brent geese and a single grey plover flew over during the morning and a first year caspian gull showed wellÂ around the shingleÂ island in front of the visitor centre. The two bewick’s swans, origionally seenÂ onÂ the ARC pit, were relocated on one of the pools in the grazing fields behind Hookers pits and a merlin was seen from the viewing ramp.Â Yesterdays spoonbill was still onÂ the ARC pit and a rock pipit was on the islands in front of Firth hide.Â Â Â
Archive for November 4th, 2007
On Flat Beach Level this morning, 250+ Golden Plover, 22 Grey Plover, 11 Grey Partridge and small numbers of Dunlin, Redshank and Oystercatcher (pictured) gave good views fron the hide, as did a marauding Merlin. Offshore, birds included single Red-throated Diver and Razorbill, 15+ Common Scoter and small numbers of Gannet and Brent Goose.