Saturday, 14 September 2013

View from a Hide





Thanks to NWT the birds a East Chev can now be viewed a little easier. It would be great if they could do similar work on the remaining two hides. In addition a cut in the South West of the South pool would also be helpful. 

13 Pink-footed Geese on the North Pool (were present yesterday per TB), Merlin and Peregrine, Goldcrest and newly arrived Whitethroats (replacing the ones that left last week) were the best birds of the day.

Caught up wth Sooty Shearwater midweek.

Widdrington Moor Lake still has 3 Bar-headed Geese. 100 plus Swallows and a few House and Sand Martins fed over the East shore. Hundreds of Meadow Pipits on the way South and 50 Skylarks heading North (Probably just looking for a feeding stop.).

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