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Saturday, 17 December 2016

Eastern Black Red too

I went to Skinningrove this morning for another session with the extremely long staying Eastern Black Redstart, more than 50 days now, during the latter part of its mammoth stay it has been a bit more confiding as it certainly was today, coming within a few feet at times, there were also quite a few Fulmars on the cliffs being very vocal. I then carried on to Teesside calling at Sneaton Snook first where there was a nice mixed flock of Linnets and Twites, they proved difficult to photograph though as they crept about in the Samphire Grass, no Snow Buntings today. I finished off with a visit to Saltholme, just the usual winter fare although there was quite a good number of Barnacle Geese present.

very confiding today

Twite at Seaton Snook

some Saltholme birds

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