Harbour Update – posted 28/10/14

News from yesterday where a Yellow-browed Warbler was at Lytchett Bay in the scrub around the Waterworks on Slough Lane. Today a Grey Phalarope was found near the harbour mouth sat on the water, which then upped and left intermittently as it would take off and then land again every 50m or so which it repeated several times before eventually being lost to view. Also a Black-necked Grebe at South Haven with another 18 off Middle Beach along with 4 Common Scoter and a Slavonian Grebe. There was a Firecrest at Sea View point in Parkstone whilst a Wood Pigeon vigil took place, however a meagre 450 were noted. Potentially the big main push of Wood Pigeon will occur next week.

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