Harbour Update – posted 04/12/19

Today’s highlight was the Yellow-browed Warbler along Chad’s Copse Path at Lytchett Bay View. Nearby, the returning French ringed Black-tailed Godwit was in Lytchett Bay (Orange flag over Lime on left, Black over white on right) and a Firecrest was ringed in a Lytchett garden early morning.

PC World Drain featured several Chiffchaff and a Kingfisher, and a pair of Blackcap were observed in an Upton garden feeding on the berries.

The 5 Spotted Redshank remain present along Middlebere Channel, meanwhile Swineham saw singles of Marsh HarrierGreen SandpiperCommon SnipeKingfisherWater RailNuthatchTreecreeper; Twos and Threes of Cettis WarblerReed BuntingBearded Tit; 7 Greylag, 100 Shoveler, and more than 20 Blackbird in the holly and apple trees.

Yellow-browed Warbler – Chad’s Copse – Ian Ballam

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