Gann, St Ann’s & Dale Landing field

The turn over of waders at the Gann is quite excellent currently and also supplies inspiration that something various can reach at any time. Today’s offerings consisted of 3 Eco-friendly Sandpiper flying over the Gann calling repetitively this night, 6 Sanderling ( to 1 this night) 5 of which were my initial juveniles of the fall. 2 Knot continue to be (both juveniles). Videotape 2 even more Skokholm ringed Herring Gull today (W:898 and also W:958) in addition to a formerly taped Belgian Med Gull ( white 3VTR). Varieties of both Dunlin and also Ringed Plover change by the hr, with clear motion in between right here and also the landing field – this night a minimum of 30 of the previous and also 40 of the last, a lot of upstream of the bridge or on the back of the shallows. Today a Manx Shearwater travelled in from the bay, throughout the shallows, and also arrived at the track behind the reedbed someplace!

The Other Day a Whinchat at St Ann’s Head, and also the eve 2 Yellow Wagtail in among the livestock. among which was amazingly grey and also white however I never ever obtained an extended or close adequate sight. The pursuit for a Citrine proceeds! 2 current precursors around Dale Landing field have actually generated 2 Lapwing and also a solitary Golden Plover

Juvenile Sanderling – crisp!
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