Spurn Bird Observatory Sightings March 2024

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Sunday, 31 March 2024

A foggy start became patchier the sun making an appearance but an increasing easterly and rain moved in late afternoon. 

The foggy start curtailed much of any early movement but did see 26 Redwings and 10 Fieldfares head off north west with grounded migrants quite thin on the ground with a Willow Warbler, 11 Chiffchaffs, 2 Blackcaps, 4 Goldcrests, a Black Redstart, single Wheatear and 2 Bramblings. 

Other sightings saw 5 Pale-bellied Brents and a Greenshank on long bank, 2 Little-ringed Plovers on Kilnsea wetlands, 4 Red-legged Partridges (Obs and Humberside lane) and 3 Corn Buntings on peter lane.

Ringing: Sparrowhawk 1, Dunnock 1, Goldfinch 2, Reed Bunting 1. 5/4 Watch times: 16:30-18:00

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Saturday, 30 March 2024

A cool start became a warm sunny day a F2 south westerly turning south easterly late afternoon. 

There was some decent varied southerly movement but no real big numbers the best of which were 3 Red Kites (single south and 2 back north west) and a Corn Bunting with also 2 Sparrowhawks, 2 Common Buzzards, 27 Jackdaws, 31 Rooks, 40 Carrion Crows, 4 Great Tits, 22 Starlings, 2 Tree Sparrows, 2 White Wagtails, 6 Alba Wagtails, 33 Meadow Pipits, 67 Chaffinches, 2 Bramblings, 2 Bullfinches, 4 Greenfinches, 114 Linnets, 17 Goldfinches, 87 Siskins, a Yellowhammer and 7 Reed Buntings. 

There was a scatter of grounded migrants with 3 Willow Warblers, 16 Chiffchaffs, a Blackcap, a Mistle Thrush, single Black Redstart by the riverside and a Brambling the best of them. 

Ringing: Robin 1, Wren 1, Chiffchaff 4, Goldcrest 1, Chaffinch 1. 8/5 Watch time: 06:30-13:00, 16:30-17:30

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Friday, 29 March 2024

Sunny the odd patch of cloud with a light south westerly.  Watch times: 07:00-09:00.

There was another good count of 231 Siskins heading south with also a Marsh Harrier, 24 Jackdaws, 2 Rooks, 11 Carrion Crows, a Great Tit, 44 Chaffinches, a Brambling, 30 Linnets and 6 Goldfinches.

Also of note were 2 Pale-bellied Brents with 400 Brent Geese on long bank marsh along with 130 Shelducks, 56 Shovelers and 17 Gadwall plus the 8 Whooper Swans still on Easington straight. 

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Thursday, 28 March 2024

 A bright and brezzy morning clouding over with a F5 south easterly. 

The sea delivered with 4 Long-tailed Ducks heading south but ultimately little else while 14 Jackdaws did the same overland. There were now jiust 8 Whooper Swans present,the 2 Tufted Ducks still on beacon ponds with a Goldeneye. 

There were still a few grounded migrants about including a Willow Warbler, 4 Chiffchaffs, a Blackcap, single Mistle Thrush, a Black Redstart, 2 Wheatears, a White Wagtail and single Brambling. 

Ringing: Blackcap 1. 1/1 Watches: 0650 - 0850

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Wednesday, 27 March 2024

Generally sunny with a moderate southerly. 

There was a great spring record total of 335 Siskins which headed south past numpties but otherwise just 33 Chaffinches of note. 

Other sightings saw 9 Whooper Swans still present, 2 Tufted Ducks and a Goldeneye beacon ponds, a Little-ringed Plover and Whimbrel on long bank, single Greenshank on kilnsea wetlands and a Black Redstart by the crown.

Ringing: Moorhen 1, Chiffchaff 2, Goldcrest 1. 4/3 Watch times: 07:00-10:00

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Tuesday, 26 March 2024

A mild and sunny start to the day clouding over with a cool F4 easterly.

There was another pulse of grounded migrants through the area with 2 Willow Warblers, 24 Chiffchaffs, a Blackcap (1st of the spring), the Firecrest still present, 10 Goldcrests, 11 Wheatears, a White Wagtail, 2 Bramblings, a Bullfinch and 4 Siskins. 

It was again quiet for movement with just 4 Velvet Scoters, 22 Jackdaws, 60 Linnets, a Crossbill and 59 Siskins the most noteworthy. 

Ringing: Chiffchaff 5, Goldcrest 1, Wheatear 2, Robin 1, Blackbird 1, Chaffinch 3, Siskin 1, Reed Bunting 1. 15/8 Watches: 0650 - 1000.

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Monday, 25 March 2024

There was not a lot happening and again small numbers of grounded migrants which included a Little-ringed Plover, 5 Chiffchaffs, 6 Goldcrests, 4 Wheatears, a White Wagtail, 2 Rock Pipits and a Brambling. The vismiggers had little to see either 13 Siskins being the best. 

A good count of 69 Shovelers appears to be a spring record. Other Wildfowl counts of 12 Gadwall, 83 Teal, 2 Tufted Ducks, 57 Shelducks and 21 Whooper Swans

Ringing: Woodpigeon 1, Blackbird 2, Wheatear 1, Goldcrest 1, Chiffchaff 1, Reed Bunting 1. 7/6 Watches: 06:30-10:30

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Sunday, 24 March 2024

A nice sunny mild day but with a F5 north westerly.

There was little change with few grounded migrants and not much on the move the best of the day being a blogging ringtail Hen Harrier, 2 Short-eared Owls, 9 Chiffchaffs, 2 Wheatears, a White Wagtail, single Scandinavian Rock Pipit, 2 Bramblings and 6 Siskins. The 22 Whooper Swans remained along with 630 Brent Geese and the Whimbrel on long bank. 

Ringing: Chiffchaff 1, Chaffinch 1, Siskin 3, Reed Bunting 1. 6/4 Watch times: 06:00-10:00, 11:00-11:45, 15:30-17:30

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Saturday, 23 March 2024

Sunny spells throughout the day with a blustery at times F6 westerly. 

Our first Sand Martin of the spring flew south but other migrants were hard to find in the blowy conditions with a single Little-ringed Plover still on long bank, a Hen Harrier which went west, 15 Chiffchaffs, 6 Goldcrests, 2 Wheatears, a White Wagtail, single Brambling and 5 Siskins.

The Black Brant and 3 Pale-bellied Brents were in long bank and the reluctant to leave 22 Whooper Swans still on Easington straight while the most noteable count for the vismiigers were 121 Meadow Pipits heading north west. 

Ringing: Blackbird 2, Goldfinch 1. 3/2 Watches: 06:50-10:00, 15:30-16:30

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Friday, 22 March 2024

A cloudy day with a moderate wesetrly.

The day saw a clearout in grounded migrants with just a Little-ringed Plover, 9 Chiffchaffs, 5 Goldcrests, 11 Redwings and a White Wagtail being the most obvious. The Black Brant was again on long bank along with 2 Pale-bellied Brents, the Whimbrel and 19 Ringed Plovers with 20 Whooper Swans still nearby on Easington straight.

Vismig was generally light but a wide range of species involved with 2 Barnalce Geese, 18 Wigeon, 2 Pintails, 2 Goosanders and 19 Fulmars with 40 Dunlin, a Snipe, 203 Black-headed Gulls, 77 Common Gulls out east. overland a Red Kite, single Sparrowhawk, 10 Jackdaws, 7 Rooks, 380 Starlings, 158 Redwings, 61 Fieldfares, a Grey Wagtail, 5 Alba Wagtails, 75 Meadow Pipits, 196 Chaffinches, 49 Linnets, a Crossbill and 72 Siskins.  

Ringing: Blackbird 2, Chiffchaff 2, Redwing 4, Chaffinch 1, Reed Bunting 1. 10/5 Watch times: 06:20-10:00, 17:30-18:40

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Thursday, 21 March 2024

Cloudy throughout the day with a F4 south westerly.

There was a noticeable influx of migrants to the area with 2 Little-ringed Plovers on long bank, 2 Willow Warblers, 35 Chiffchaffs, a Firecrest in churchfield, 10 Goldcrests, 89 Redwings, 45 Blackbirds, a White Wagtail, single Rock Pipit, 2 Bramblings, 5 Siskins in Kilnsea and a Snow Bunting at beacon ponds.

The vismiggers had some decent movement again with a standout spring record 307 Siskins heading south with further counts of 5 Snipe, 1081 Starlings, 5 Alba Wagtails, 17 Meadow Pipits, 177 Chaffinches, 8 Bramblings, 8 Greenfinches, 84 Linnets and 7 Goldfinch, while heading out east 20 Oystercatchers, 23 Grey Plovers, 271 Dunlins, 360 Black-headed Gulls and 87 Common Gulls.

Ringing: Woodpigeon 1, Chiffchaff 10, Willow Warbler 1, Goldcrest 3, Firecrest 1, Blackbird 10, Redwing 3, Song Thrush 1, Brambling 1, Chaffinch 2, Goldfinch 1, Siskin 5, Linnet 1. 40/13 Watch times: 06:30-11:00, 1700-18:30

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Wednesday, 20 March 2024

A cold dull foggy start remained cloudy for the day with a F2 north westerly. 

There was some light movement with maybe some disorientated birds in the mist with 4 Stock Doves, 2 Grey Herons, 7 Jackdaws, 321 Starlings, 370 Redwings, 53 Fieldfares, 3 Alba Wagtails, 26 Meadow Pipits and 21 Chaffinches. 

A light scatter of grounded migrants was also evident with Little-ringed Plover, 2 Woodcocks, 14 Chiffchaffs, 3 Goldcrests, 40 Redwings, 33 Blackbirds, 10 Fieldfares, 2 Wheatears, 28 Dunnocks, a White Wagtail and single Rock Pipit. The Black Brant was in long abnk with 500 Brent Geese where there was also the Whimbrel and Little Gull.

Ringing: Redwing 8, Greenfinch 2, Goldfinch 2. 12/3. Watch times: 0650 - 0920

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Tuesday, 19 March 2024

A generally mild sunny day with light Sw to SE winds. 

There were a few extra migrants about an early Little-ringed Plover on long bank was the years first as was a Willow Warbler by the gas terminal. There were also 2 Woodcocks,  23 Chiffchaffs, 11 Goldcrests, 9 Redwings, 5 Wheatears, 3 White Wagtails, a Brambling and 21 Chaffinches. THe best of the vismig were a Merlin, 17 Jackdaws, 14 Rooks, a White Wagtail, 180 Meadow Pipits north west, 163 Chaffinches, a Brambling and 86 Siskins.

The Black Brant was again on long bank with 4 Pale-bellied Brents among 500 Brent Geese, 22 Whooper Swans still on Easington straight, Whimbrel and Little Gull also on long bank and 5 Short-eared Owls around the area.

Ringing: Chiffchaff 1, Goldcrest 1, Blackbird 1, Redwing 1, Chaffinch 1, Siskin 1. 6/6. Watch times: 06:30-08:30, 16:00-17:00

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Monday, 18 March 2024

The day saw some increases in grounded migrants with a Jack Snipe, 16 Chiffchaffs, 16 Goldcrests, 1450 Starlings, 20 Redwings, 32 Blackbirds, 19 Robins, 2 Black Redstarts by the bluebell (1st of year), 4 Stonechats, 29 Dunnocks, a White Wagtail at long bank (1st of year) and 3 Rock Pipits. The Little Gull was again on long bank where the Whimbrel remained.

It bwas quite a varied day of movement with plenty of birds again heading out east including 226 Wigeon, 11 Oystercatcher, 2 Curlews, 11 Bar-tailed Godwits, 111 Dunlins, 3 Snipe 71 Black-headed Gulls, 93 Common Gulls, 18 Herring Gulls, 1233 Starlings, 7 Starlings and 4 Blackbirds. Some light movement south bound was also evident in the morning with 29 Jackdaws, 5 Rooks, 20 Carrion Crows, 10 Alba Wagtails, 42 Meadow Pipits, 56 Chaffinches, a Bullfinch, 2 Greenfinches, a Lesser Redpoll, 10 Siskins and a Yellowhammer. 

Ringing: Magpie 1, House Sparrow 1, Great Tit 1, Blackbird 6, Redwing 5, Chiffchaff 1, Goldcrest 2, Stonechat 1, Goldcrest 1, Greenfinch 1, Chaffinch 3. 23/11 Watch times: 06:30-10:00, 16:45-18:30

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Sunday, 17 March 2024

A wet start slowly clearing during the day with sunshine in the afternoon.

A good morning with 2 more firsts for the spring a Swallow over long bank then south and a Wheatear on the terminal rocks. Other grounded migrants remained similar with 10 Chiffchaffs, 5 Goldcrests, 2000 Starlings and 13 Robins. In the evening a further 2227 Starlings flew out east after 6pm. 

Other sightings included the Black Brant and single Pale-bellied Brent with 474 Brent Geese, the 27 Whooper Swans along Easington straight with a Little Gull and the Whimbrel on long bank.

Ringing: Moorhen 1, Woodpigeon 1, Chaffinch 1, Goldfinch 1, Reed Bunting 1. 5/5 Watches: 0700 - 0900

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Saturday, 16 March 2024

There was no sign of the Firecrest but 2 Bearded Tits at long bank were a surprise with a Mealy Redpoll in the listening dish hedge and the first White Wagtail of the spring in long bank field. Other totals included 20 Magpies, 15 Chiffchaffs, 6 Goldcrests, 6000 Starlings and 11 Redwings. The wintering Whimbrel was still in long bank and 26 Whooper Swans on Easington straight. There was also a noticeable increase in Wildfowl numbers with 50 Shovelers, 20 Gadwall, 454 Wigeons, 118 Teal and 2 Tufted Ducks. 

The vismiggers another small movement over land and sea with 2 Goosanders, 12 Lapwings, single Marsh Harrier, the Red Kite, 7 Magpies, 16 Jackdaws, 41 Rooks, 22 Carrion Crows, 872 Starlings, a Grey Wagtail, 13 Alba Wagtails, 14 Chaffinches, a Bullfinch, 9 Siskins and 2 Reed Buntings. 

Ringing: Barn Owl 1, Chiffchaff 1, Blackbird 1, Redwing 4, Great Tit 1, Long-tailed Tit 1, Robin 3, Dunnock 1, Chaffinch 1, Linnet 5, Siskin 1, Goldfinch 3, Greenfinch 2, Reed Bunting 2. 27/14 Watches: 0650-1100, 1600-1730

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Friday, 15 March 2024

Regular showers throughout the day and a F3 south westerly.

Grounded migrants still featured well a Firecrest at the bluebell being the pick of them with also 13 Chiffchaffs, 11 Goldcrests, 13 Redwings, 22 Blackbirds, 2 Fieldfares, 21 Robins, 38 Chaffinches and 10 Pied Wagtails. 

There was again some decent overland movement 12 Stock Doves, a Marsh Harrier, single Red Kite, 8 Jackdaws, 5 Rooks, 2 Carrion Crows, 2 Skylarks, 365 Starlings, 6 Alba Wagtails, just 49 Chaffinches and 8 Siskins.

Ringing: Goldcrest 2, Chiffchaff 1, Reed Bunting 1. 4/3. Watches: 0700-1000, 1530-1730

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Thursday, 14 March 2024

A cold dry morning, sunny spells and showers in the afternoon and a F4 south westerly. 

The continued south west wind was again decent for the vismiggers today bringing 2 Lapwings, 220 Black-headed Gulls, 3 Mediterranean Gulls, 13 Stock Doves, 14 Jackdaws, 21 Rooks, 4 Carrion Crows, 741 Starlings (670 out east), 5 Alba Wagtails, 171 Meadow Pipits, 756 Chaffinches, 5 Greenfinches, 11 Linnets, 13 Siskins and a Yellowhammer with 28 Oystercatchers and 34 Golden Plovers out east. 

There were still 23 Whooper Swans on Easington straight while grounded migrants included 6 Chiffchaffs, 9 Goldcrests, 900 Starlings, 6 Song Thrushes, 19 Redwings, 4 Stonechats, 18 Pied Wagtails, 4 Rock Pipits and 2 Lesser Redpolls. 

Ringing: Chiffchaff 2, Goldcrest 4, Redwing 1, Song Thrush 1, Chaffinch 1, Reed Bunting 1. 10/6. Watches: 06:25-10:50, 15:30-17:45

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Wednesday, 13 March 2024

Sunny spells throughout the day with showers in the evening and a F5 south westerly. 

The day saw some decent overland passage the best of which were a Red Kite, 15 Jackdaws, a Grey Wagtail, 325 Chaffinch, 11 Linnets, 13 Goldfinch and 3 Siskins but after dark large numbers of Thrushes and Starlings headed out east. Over the sea the best were 65 Oystercatchers out east and 2 Red-breasted Mergansers. 

Elsewhere there was little change with the 25 Whooper Swans still lingering. 

Just outside the area the Pallid Harrier was again around the Skeffling pumping station area. 

Ringing: Chiffchaff 1, Bullfinch 1, Reed Bunting 1. 3/3. Watch times: 07:00-10:00 large passage of thrushes and Starlings out-east after dark

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Tuesday, 12 March 2024

A cold drizzly start warming into the afternoon with long sunny spells and a F3 south easterly. 

It was a busier day of movement than of late with a good array of species including 2 Shovelers, a Gadwall, 55 Wigeons, a Pintail, 4 Eiders, 3 Goldeneye and 3 Fulmars with 167 Oystercatchers, 61 Bar-tailed Godwits, 14 Knot, 35 Dunlin, 392 Black-headed Gulls and 43 Common Gulls heading out east. Overland 7 Stock Doves, 4 Grey Herons, 9 Jackdaws, 4 Rooks, 3 Carrion Crows, 115 Starlins, a Grey Wagtail, single Alba Wagtail, a Rock Pipit, 112 Chaffinches, 13 Linnets, 4 Goldfinches and 3 Siskins. 

Other sightings saw the 25 Whooper Swans still present, now 15 Avocets on KIlnsea wetlands, a Merlin at beacon ponds, single Chiffchaff in church field, 13 Goldcrests in the area and a fantastic spring total of 13 Mistle Thrushes around the triangle. 

Ringing: Chiffchaff 1, Blackbird 2, Lesser Redpoll 2. 5/3. Watches 0640 - 0910 & 1520 - 1800

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Monday, 11 March 2024

Another murky drizzly day the cold F4 north easterly continuing. 

Little change again the most noteable counts from the wetlands area with 43 Shovelers, 980 Wigeons and 86 Teal with the 25 Whooper Swans still nearby. 

Ringing: Blackbird 2, Greenfinch 2. 4/2. Watches: 0700 - 1000

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Sunday, 10 March 2024

An overcast murky day with rain and drizzle and a cold F6 north easterly. 

A Great White Egret in the triangke was about the only change for the day with the 25 Whooper Swans still present and 800 Wigeon still around long bank. 

Ringing: Blackbird 1/1. Watches 0700 - 1000

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Saturday, 09 March 2024

Sunny spells with the cold F5 easterly remaining. 

Very little seen today with mainly just the usuals with 21 Common Scoters over the sea, 25 Whooper Swans and 41 Shovelers around long bank and 4 Mistle Thrushes around the triangle.

Ringing: Nil. Watches: 0700 - 1000 

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Friday, 08 March 2024

After a dull start the day brightened with lots of sunshine in the afternoon but with a cold F5 easterly.

Some movement over the sea saw 3 Shovelers, 3 Common Scoters, a Long-tailed Duck, single Little Gull, 13 Fulmars and 36 Gannets. 

The long abnk area typically remained busy with 358 Brent Geese, 26 Whooper Swans, 11 Mute Swans, 36 Shovelers, 400 Wigeon, 30 Teal, a Goldeneye, 2 Avocets, 30 Lapwings, 25 Ringed Plovers, a Whimbrel and single Merlin. 

Ringing: Blackbird 1, Goldcrest 1. 2/2. Watches: 0700 - 1000 & 1500 - 1730

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Thursday, 07 March 2024

A cold overcast day, drizzle in the afternoon and a moderate easterly. 

It was a better day all round despite the cold easterly the best being a 2cy Iceland Gull heading south while 3 Snow Buntings did likewise, a Black Brant was on long bank along with 2 Pale-bellied Brents and 2 Brant hybrids among 400 Brent Geese. Long bank also still had the wintering Whimbrel and 4 Pintails. The Black Swan was still present with the Whooper Swan flock on Easington straight 

Ringing: Blue Tit 1, Blackbird 1, Chaffinch 1, Siskin 1. 4/4. Watches: 0700 - 1000

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Wednesday, 06 March 2024

Foggy day with predicatble poor visbility and a cool moderate south easterly

The best of the days limited sightings saw a good total of 52 Shovelers in the long bank area where the Whimbrel and 500 Brent Geese resided. Nearby the 30 Whooper Swans played host to a Black Swan. 

Watches: 0650 - 0935

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Tuesday, 05 March 2024

Generally clody the odd sunny spell and a moderate SE to NE wind. 

The day saw virtually no change but 2 Whimbrel headed south over the sea with the wintering bird still on long bank where 620 Brent Geese were present. There are now 32 Whooper Swans on Easington straight, 3 Stonechats around the ponds and a Bullfinch headed north. 

Ringing: House Sparrow 1, Greenfinch 1. 2/2. Watches: 0730 - 1000

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Monday, 04 March 2024

A nice sunny start to the day cloding over as the day wore on with a light south easterly. 

There was a trickle of movement through the area with 2 Egyptian Geese, 7 Jackdaws, 3 Rooks, 36 Starlings, a Grey Wagtail, 3 Alba Wagtails, 3 Goldfinches and a Siskin. 

Elsewhere a Caspain Gull and the Whimbrel was on Kilnsea wetlands, 8 Avocets on beacon ponds, the 30 Whooper Swans (with the 2 dark billed birds) on Easington straight, a Waxwing on vicars lane and still a single Chiffchaff at the sewage works. 

Ringing: Redwing 1/1. Watches: 0645 - 1000

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Sunday, 03 March 2024

A milder day with sunny spells and a light south westerly.

After relatively low numbers recently there seemed to be an increase with now 929 Wigoen in the long bank area along with 112 Teal  and 90 Pintails on the hUmber. The 30 Whooper Swans were still nearby on Easington straight. The area was graced by an array of Raptros with 3 Sparrowhawks, 2 Marsh Harriers (orange wing tagged bird south), single Buzzard, 2 Barn Owls, 5 Short-eared Owls, a Kestrel, single Merlin and a Peregrine. Passerine wise a Snow Bunting was at the warren, 4 Stonechats around the area and 38 Yellowhammers in Easington.

The vismiggers had 4 Pintails, 2 Wigeon, a Goldeneye, single Great Crested Grebe, 5 Gannets, a Grey Heron, 2 Pied Wagtails, a Rock Pipit and single Yellowhammer. 

Ringing: Great Tit 1, Redwing 1, Robin 3, Chaffinch 1. 6/4. Watches: 0700 - 1000

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Saturday, 02 March 2024

Mainly cloudy with the F4 south easterly again but more sunny spells with heavy rain returning in the evening 

It was a slightly better day the seawatchers patience rewarded with 4 Velvet Scoters, while a 2cy Caspain Gull was on Kilnsea wetlands along with 500 Wigeon, 2 Woodcocks in churchfield, a Merlin hunting the Humber and the usual 30 Whooper Swans on Easington straight. 

Ringing: Blackbird 1. 1/1. Watches: 0700 - 1000

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Friday, 01 March 2024

A miserable day with heavy rain driven by a F6 south easterly the odd glimpse of sun before the rain returned.

Not a lot happening mainly due to the weather the 30 Whooper Swans still on Easington straight, 2 Coot and 2 Little Grebes on canal scrape and 42 Oysercatchers out east were about the best.

Watches: 0700 - 1000

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