Harbour Update – posted 24/03/21

We’re still hanging on to a few winter visitors, with the likes of Fieldfare still being logged in small numbers locally. But early signs of migration are evident with plenty of Meadow Pipit to be found and encountered overhead across the harbour and a Wheatear was photographed at Studland Bay mid-morning. After yesterday’s flurry of Osprey sightings, the only record today came in at 06:05 over the Arne Peninsula, with no further observations.

Wheatear – Studland, Shell Bay – Richard Adams

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