Selsey Bill: Not much moving again - just a few Brent Geese, a couple of Red-breasted Mergansers and a Great Northern Diver, and a Rock Pipit flew over. Full log below...
Great Northern Diver - 1W, 1os
Brent Goose - 3E, 28W
Red-breasted Merganser - 1W, 2os
Turnstone - 35ob
Rock Pipit - 1ob flew E
Ivy Lake: The first-winter male Scaup was still present this morning. (D Knapp)
Ferry Pool: There were two Black-tailed Godwits, two Curlew, three Shelduck and 15 Teal on the pool, with 80 or so of the latter in the channel, and another 50+ in the flooded areas of the field, along with 11 Shoveler and 60+ Wigeon. (AH)
Church Norton: There were six Red-breasted Mergansers, four Great Crested Grebes and two Little Grebes in the harbour, about 60 Knot among the Dunlin flock, 80 Mediterranean Gulls and a few Common Gulls roosting near the harbour mouth and several hundred Bret Geese were scattered about.
There were a few Skylarks, Meadow Pipits and Greenfinches along the spit, and there were hundreds of Herring and Black-headed Gulls along the beach with a few Common and Great Black-backed Gulls among them, and a few dozen Turnstones, but it was too rough to find anything on the sea. There was also a Mistle Thrush in Rectory Lane again. (AH)
Wednesday, 23rd November: A much quieter day than of late, with a light northerly breeze and generally heavy cloud cover.....
Red-throated Diver - 1W
Great Crested Grebe - 2E, 1W, 1os
Slavonian Grebe - 5W, 2os
Common Scoter - 8E, 3os
Birdham: A Buzzard was at out in a cropped field along Sidlesham Lane. (AH)