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Bare and Hest Bank

Posted by howard 
Bare and Hest Bank
November 25, 2017 04:39PM
Bare to Hest Bank 10.15 to 11.45
Turnstone 1
Redshank 42
Oystercatcher 200+
Curlew 28
Mistle Thrush 1 in trees on side of golf course
Little Egret 2 ad
Snipe 1 flew off beach over Shore cafe
were I was getting warm
Carrion Crow 24 at Teal bay
Shelduck 18
Wigeon 14
Lapwing Flock C120
Black-T-Godwit flock C100
Plenty of Gull moving about

Jeff



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 25/11/2017 04:41PM by howard.
Re: Bare and Hest Bank
November 28, 2017 05:00PM
Yesterday 27th 09.15 ish
Knot C200 between boating and scalestone point

Today 28th 09.40
Knot C500 feeding in the same place

Apart from them very quite

Jeff
Re: Bare and Hest Bank
November 29, 2017 06:05PM
Quite again 29th high lights
Broadway 15.00
Common Gull 2 ad
Redshank 47
Oystercatcher 200+
Mute Swan 1 1st/winter in channel

Jeff



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 30/11/2017 08:52AM by howard.
Re: Bare and Hest Bank
December 01, 2017 09:08AM
Boating pool 09.30 to Scalestone Point 10.35 30/11/17
Knot 225
Redshank 90
Oystercatcher 260+
Turnstone 6
Ringed Plover 18
Dunlin 19
Wigeon 1 pr
Lapwing 46
Curlew 5
Shelduck 23
Pied Wagtail 1 male
Herring Gull 2 ad, 1 1st/w
Black Headed Gull 40+

Jeff
Re: Bare and Hest Bank
December 01, 2017 07:21PM
Elms court 12.45 to Teal Bay 13.10
Knot C500
Black-T-Godwit 32
Little Egret 1 ad
Grey Heron 1 ad
Cormorant 1 ad
Wigeon 24
Redshank 7
Curlew 8
Oystercatcher no count
Carrion Crow 6
Herring Gull 4 ad, 1 1st/w
Black-H-Gull 68

Jeff
Re: Bare and Hest Bank
December 02, 2017 04:30PM
Found today 2/12/17 near Hest Bank
Dead Guillemot 1 or should I say
what's left of it no ring.

Jeff


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