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Friday, 19 July 2013


Looking excellent for waders at the moment with some nice low water levels. Tonight from the second viewing platform, 80+ Dunlin, Black-tailed Godwits, Greenshanks, Lapwing, Avocets, Redshanks, Oystercatchers, Snipe, excellent numbers of Little Ringed Plovers and Little Egrets. The very white Buzzard that has been hanging around put in an appearance. With Pacific Golden Plover, White-rumped Sand & Lesser Sand Plover putting in appearances around the UK in the last few days, Goldcliff is well worth watching at the moment.


Meehan said...

Similar birds again this morning during a quick visit on the way to work.

steve howcroft said...

Only 2 avocets to add after you left matt.

Meehan said...

Good to see you Steve!