Harbour Update – posted 22/03/20

It really felt more like spring today as the wind dropped off (a bit) and in sheltered areas butterflies were soaking up the sun. It seemed like Brimstone were everywhere and Peacock and a few Comma were active. Bird wise it was a tad quieter with highlights being Great White Egret on Little Sea, Studland and another at East Holme, 2 Siberian Chiffchaff were at Wareham Common, a Red Kite over Ashley Cross and a Great Northern Diver out in South Deep. On the Brownsea Lagoon 3 Sandwich Tern were settled for a while and in the strong ENE wind 6 Gannet were out in Poole Bay as a Fulmar passed too.

Great White Egret – Little Sea – Garry Hayman

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