Thursday, May 07, 2009


A cold, grey start to the day with a strong south-westerly. A walk up the track produced nothing other than a bounding Roe Deer over the fields, however later 38 Pink-footed geese tracked west along the southside of the ridge. Prior to work I nipped down to West Runton beach carpark where Common Swifts were pouring west low over the fields and clifftop. On the carpark field there were 2 Wheatear, and single Whinchat and Whimbrel and 2 flava wags flew west in quarter of an hour.

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