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What's app summary

Posted by pete marsh 
What's app summary
December 06, 2019 08:29PM
Ring - necked Duck - present to 3rd only Pine Lake
Scaup - five Pine Lake throughout, additional female pine lake or Leighton commuter. Female on sea off Heysham on 3rd
Long tailed Duck - Juv off Heysham Head low tide 6th and retrospectively 3rd
Black necked Grebe - on Lune Estuary between Crook Farm and Sunderland second terrace - feeding both sides low tide but in slack water on east side at high tide. Watch from either side. Located on 1st and present until at least 5th
Med Gull - the regular one on beach by Knowlys horse paddock seen once this week. Two ads behind IOM ferry at least once. Very few seemingly about this winter - please report all sightings.
Common Sandpiper - the Golden Ball Bird seen again on 1st
Tundra Bean Goose- one found with Oxcliffe/Heysham bypass pfg flock on 1st but up to 6k in these fields subsequently not knowingly searched with logistical difficulties
Great white Egret - Colloway, Burton/Holme and at least one Leighton bird seen during the week
American x Eurasian Wigeon - Drake Snab on 6th

Just outside the area
Purple Heron - juvenile available to all either side of midday near Moss cottage/Birks Farm on 5th. Rest of the time it was out of sight in tall vegetation. Photographed there on 4th, no reports on 6th

Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 06/12/2019 08:30PM by pete marsh.
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