Monday 29 December 2014

Monday 29th December

The Bonaparte's Gull flew past the seawall and into the estuary early morning, it then fed in Shutterton Creek until early afternoon before heading off towards Warren Point and the estuary mouth. Elsewhere the female Long-tailed Duck and 13 Red-throated Diver were offshore, the Water Pipit was in front of the hide and counts from the estuary included 780 Dunlin, 150 Grey Plover, 56 Knot, 10 Ringed Plover, three Shoveler and an Avocet, a scarce Warren bird.

 Avocet - Lee Collins

Wigeon - Simon Thurgood

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