Wednesday, 25 March 2020


The two Shelducks were still on the flood this morning, but soon moved onto the sea before flying North. At least 600 gulls were mostly Black-headed, with some Herring and the odd Med.
A few Meadow Pipits and Pied Wagtails around, plus a single Wheatear.
Waders almost completely absent; just a Redshank on the flood and a passing Curlew, and on the sea were three Red-throated Divers and five Common Scoter.