Sightings17/03/2015

Harbour Update – posted 17/03/15

There were a few more migrants around today with 2 Wheatear at Baiter and another at the Twin Sails Bridge. A Red Kite drifted over Canford Heath again today which is likely to be different to yesterday’s bird. A fall of Chiffchaff was evident too with many places hearing singing birds for the first time.  Out in Studland Bay there were 10 Great Crested Grebe and 13 Black-necked Grebe. Two Spoonbill were at Lytchett Bay with another 15 at Shipstal Point, Arne.

Don’t forget there will also be a talk taking place at the Dorset Bird Club AGM tomorrow, 18th of March at 7pm, where Magnus Robb from the highly acclaimed Sound Approach team will be giving a talk on his new book…’Undiscovered Owls’ in which he describes several astonishing discoveries he and the team made whilst researching the book. Including a new species found in the mountains of Arabia and another a bit closer to home!

The Dorset Bird Club also has some exciting news about their future so why not join in on what should be a really interesting night.

 

Dorset Bird Club AGM

Wednesday 18th March

Methodist Church Hall, North Street, Wareham

AGM starts 7.00pm followed by a talk at 8.00pm

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