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Saturday, 22 November 2014

A quiet day

Out with Mark today as it looked the best day weatherwise, still very murky though with a couple of light showers in the morning, we headed for the East Coast starting at Scarborough Harbour again but a low tide meant it was very quiet, we carried on to the Mere to look for a reported Scaup, found a good contender but it turned out to be just a female Tufted with a lot of white round its bill. News came over of three Tundra Bean Geese at Long Nab, Burniston so we thought we’d go have a look, upon arrival we were informed they had flown off back towards the village, we had a little tour round looking for them but it was a bit of a “wild goose chase” really so we were soon on our way to Filey, very quiet there this week, still nothing in the Bay and not even much around the Brig so we thought we’d try our luck down at South Landing, Flamborough, Little Auk and Water Pipit reported from there yesterday, it was not to be though, the tide was right in and even though it had become fairly bright there was nothing there of note, a pretty mediocre day really and no pics.

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