Monthly Archives: July 2019

CATS

31st July 2019

Continuing with early Autumn migration, two Pied Flycatchers were in Top Scrub yesterday morning and waders continued to arrive including 18 Sanderling and two Dunlin at Muston Sands. The highlight of the seawatch from the Brigg was the first Minke …

29th July 2019

The early Autumn feel has continued over the last week with passerine migration slowly kicking in. It began with the first juvenile Willow Warblers in Top Scrub and Yellow Wagtails and Swallows heading South. An early Icterine Warbler was found …

22nd July 2019

A busier few days with an early Autumn feel, the highlight being three Spoonbills which arrived on 19th, with one still present today. The Dams also held Wood Sandpiper, three Green Sandpipers, seven Curlews and a Snipe on 19th and two …

18th July 2019

Business as usual over the last few days with the Dams and East Lea holding up to 45 Lapwings, two Redshanks, three Green Sandpipers, Dunlin and Little Egret, with the latter also being recorded on the Bay Pools and the …

14th July 2019

Most of the action over recent days has involved waders, with the Dams variously hosting three Green Sandpipers, up to two Dunlins, up to 24 Lapwing, a Common Sandpiper, a Snipe and a smart male Ruff on 10th. Also still …

8th July 2019

Expected migration over the last few days has involved mainly Manx Shearwaters and Common Scoters over the sea, and a sprinkling of waders passing by and dropping in. In addition, notable highlights have included a Quail at Reighton on 1st, …