Sunday, 16 November 2014
Sunday 16th November
There was no sign of the Hoopoe but a group of Spoonbill maintained an unseasonal southern theme. The four Spoonbill, an adult and three juvs, were found off Mudbank Lane, Exmouth where they remained until pushed off by the tide around 11.30am. They then circled the Warren and eventually headed off high south. Elsewhere the Slavonian Grebe and Great Northern Diver were in the estuary, the three Velvet Scoter were offshore with a Pomarine Skua, two Red-throated and two Great Northern Diver, and 200+ Redwing flew over early morning.