Monday, 3 March 2008

Briefly Caving

Called in at North Cave today on the way home from uni. No great shakes but I got a site tick (well-overdue) in the form of Goosander. They were sat resting up on the Little Ring Plover islands, 1 male and 2 redheads. Perhaps the best views I've had of this species including the male just punting about.
Also present were a few large gulls amongst the Common's and Black-heads, including 4 intermedius LBBG's and an argentatus 1st winter. Also kicking about were a good number of Oycs and Lapwing. No sign of the 2 avopigs unfortunatly.

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