Sightings29/01/2018

Harbour update – 28/01/18

Between Round Island and Green Island the Red-necked Grebe was seen again as well as 54 Goldeneye and along the shoreline were 964 Brent Geese, 64 Bar-tailed Godwit and 20 Spoonbill. In the Warehan Channel there was also good numbers of birds such as: 5 Spoonbill, 1,300 Lapwing, 370 Teal, 114 Grey Plover, 128 Curlew, 2 Bar-tailed Godwit and a Spotted Redshank. A Black-throated Diver was seen off Hamworthy Park along with 3 Black-necked Grebe and the Great Northern Diver was still in Poole Park. Lytchett Bay still held 1 Spoonbill in addition to 3 Greenshank. Wytch Causeway is a traditional site for wintering Water Pipit and sure enough there was at least 1 bird seen there today. Single Hawfinch were seen near Newton Bay and again near Norden Sewage Works where there was also a Firecrest and at least 6 Chiffchaff. A Marsh Tit was again on feeders in the NT car park at Corfe Castle and the Hooded Crow was still at Manor Farm, Studland.

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