|Sandy Beaches Wryneck|
|a posing Snipe on Canal Scrape|
|and Pied Flys|
|two Little Stints on Kilnsea Wetlands|
|RB Fly at Sammy's|
Day off today, as had Mark and along with Pete Watson we thought we'd see what Flamborough had to offer, we drove into the fog at the top of Garrowby Hill and that was it for the rest of the day, even though visibility was poor we hoped the murk might drop something in but it remained fairly quiet all day, a few Garden Warblers, Lesser Whitethroats, Redstarts and Whinchats were about the best of it, Mark also had a few Bramblings, a mid-afternoon sojourn to Bempton produced the best bird of the day, a showy Red Breasted Flycatcher along the Nature Trail, a shame the light wasn't better, also a Spotted Flycatcher in the Dell, we ended up back at Flamborough where a Yellow Browed Warbler had been found in gardens along Lighthouse Road but it proved rather elusive, Mark got a brief view and we heard it call but eventually gave it up as a bad job.
|RB Fly in the murk at Bempton|