Saturday, 2 October 2010

The Two Gares

Paddy's Hole

Black-necked Grebe

Med Gull - Newburn

Snow Bunting

Woodchat Shrike

Had an early start as Sylvia had no horse riding today, and went over to South Gare to see what was about. It was a lovely morning but there was not that much about. A large flock of Greenfinch were feeding in the bushes on our arrival but there was no sign of the Red Backed Shrike. The Reed/Marsh Warbler was still in the Gully and a pair of stonechat sat in the sun near the fishermens huts with Wheatear and a Whinchat on Cabin Rocks. Over at North Gare on the afternoon the Woodchat Shrike was showing well along with a Snowbunting.

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