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Monday, 8 September 2014


I headed off to Flamborough again this morning but even though the wind was in the right direction it was a bit too light resulting in a fairly quiet day, there were quite a few common migrants about, particularly Whinchats and a couple of Barred Warblers that I managed to miss but nothing to get the pulses racing, nothing much moving at sea neither, a Hobby was a nice bonus over Old Fall Plantation while watching Flycatchers.

a few Gulls and Fulmars past the Head but the sea was quiet

Lesser Whitethroat

Pied Fly's

Yellowhammer down Old Fall but the Whinchats kept their distance

Black Tailed Godwit at Thornwick Pools

and two Greenshanks this week, still posing

Heron dropped in front of the hide

Spot Fly's at Old Fall plantation

plus Willow Warbler

Dunnock popped out, Garden Warbler remained hidden

still quite a few Migrant Hawkers about

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