Thursday, 5th July: After a cooler and very murky start, a warm and mostly sunny morning beneath some white cloud with a moderate westerly breeze....
The Selsey Peninsula Bird Checklist has been updated - not before time some might say - and shows the current full species total now standing at 340 (subject to acceptance of the Elegant and Royal Terns). The updated list can be found by clicking the link on the title bar. (OM)
Wednesday, 4th July: A slightly cooler and much greyer start to the day, with a lighter easterly breeze....though the cloud soon breaking and warm sunshine coming through.
This afternoon there was an adult Spoonbill roosting at the far end of Ferry Channel. (AB)
Later on this afternoon there were three Spotted Redshank and two Snipe with the Black-tailed Godwits on the Breech Pool and two Avocets in the harbour, but no sign of the Ruddy Shelduck on the high tide. (AB)