Harbour Update – posted 13/07/22

Good numbers of waders were reported at Lytchett Fields today, with 78 Redshank, 59 Lapwing, 11 Green Sandpiper, 5 Greenshank, 2 Snipe, 2 Common Sandpiper, 1 Curlew and 1 juv. Little Ringed Plover present. Also reported at Lytchett Fields were 3 Common Tern, as well as an early Yellow Wagtail and the first Common Gull of the “autumn”. This morning, the 2 White-tailed Eagles seen from yesterday evening’s boat were still present on the Arne shoreline – a promising sign that the new male (G812) may stick around fo longer. A Caspian Tern has also been cause for excitement up at Stanpit Marsh, with hopes that it may put in an appearance on Brownsea Lagoon, however, there are no signs as of yet.

We’ve announced 2 additional Summer Safari Cruises in the coming weeks, on Sunday 31st July and Tuesday 2nd August. For more info and to book, head to our bookings page.

White-tailed Eagles (yesterday evening) – Arne shoreline – Garry Hayman

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