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Wednesday, 8 March 2017

Wednesday 8th March 2017


A mostly wet day with a brief dry and brighter spell around midday, before the weather started to close in again. Most birds of interest came from staring out to sea, as Geese were passing in some numbers, with Barnacles being commonest with 102 north and 19 south, with only 22 Brents south along with a cracking drake Goosander, 5 Gannets, 1 Bonxie and a flock of 17 Golden Plover. Also of note were a Fulmar and a Kittiwake north and 6 Siskin south as well as an adult male Reed Bunting that came in off.

1 bird was ringed: Great Tit.