There was a Green Sandpiper in the field opposite the entrance to the Golf Club this morning, seen from the small layby on the main road. (PC)
Wednesday, 21st February: A fairly bright and brisk morning, with a bit of sunshine and cloud and a freshening north-easterly breeze....
Tuesday, 20th February: A blustery, mostly dry and cloudy day, with a freshening north-westerly breeze....
Great Northern Diver - 2 os
diver sp - 1E
Great Crested Grebe - 1 os
Gannet - 2E
Brent Goose - 11W
Common Scoter - 64W (three flocks W, settled os and drifted W)
Red-breasted Merganser - 3E
Sandwich Tern - 1W
Chiffchaff - 1 gardens
Church Norton: The female Eider was out at sea, together with a couple of Red-breasted Mergansers and there were a number of mixed flocks of waders flying around at high-tide, including Grey Plover, Knot, Dunlin, Turnstone and Godwits. (AW)
Earlier, the five Velvet Scoter were still present offshore. (DF)