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Cockersands at dawn

Posted by Dan Haywood 
Cockersands at dawn
May 15, 2020 09:19AM
Plenty of off-passage waders shielded from being flushed by off lead dogs.

The local responsible for locking and unlocking the small cottage car park says he's never seen so many birds at Plover Scar before this pandemic spring. I can believe it:

4000+ Dunlin, 250 Ringed Plover, 3 Whimbrel and a Turnstone there today.

A Quail was singing in silage field near the abbey.

2 Whinchats, 2 Grasshopper Warblers, 2 (late?) White Wagtails and a Yellow in general area. A Corn Bunting singing at Tomlinsons Farm. Reed Warbler singing Crook Farm-- and an adult Little Ringed Plover on their land too.
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