Thursday, 16 May 2013

Thursday 16th May

A few birds were see on the coast today although it was not really as good as had been expected, with much of the stuff having arrived yesterday. There was no sign of the Bluethroat in the bomb hole at South Care although a possible Thrush Nightingale was seen there first thing. The Wryneck was still there however. Both yesterdays Red-backed Shrikes remained in the Scarborough area (Scalby and Long Nab). A Marsh Warbler was trapped at Spurn this morning. Inland, the Ring-necked Duck was still at Tophill, a Pec' Sand was found at Swillington Ings on St. Aidan's Lake and the Dotterel was still at Cartworth Moor near Holmfirth. Neither of yesterday's Red-backed Shrikes at Hummersea or Brotton were reported today.

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