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A spanking Bar-tailed Godwit in full summer garb was my personal highlight as rarely is this plumage seen here. These visitors who were really appreciative Meetinb everything pointed out made the trip special as always a privilege to watch a young birder gradually build up his list. Always means that far more species are able to take advantage of the scrape created to the north of the north facing hide. We headed back down and a Whinchat was heard and seen when Steve trained his scope on it so we could all have a look.
First was the off road adventure which eventually brought us to just below the viewing hut on Cold Fell. Fir contacts for address.
A quick scan of the sea from the dunes gave us good views of the Common Scoter flock maybe strong. The Aln estuary is an important roost site for many species. The Godwit was also much appreciated by Harry who had another tick under his belt.
Here, we will explore how these may have influenced the population expansion, and what methods we can use for studying such an elusive forest bird. We met with Martin and 6 other members of the Meetng and set off to walk round the arboretum where, we were reliably informed we would see Redstarts as there had been several pairs the weekend.
All the birders we met were leaving with news of no sightings, they even doubted the first report as it was a brief heard-only single person report. We did see Flycatchers, Chaffinches, Siskins and a variety of Tits although not in great s. ing them within a few minutes the bird tiday seen in flight moving to another bush and then I saw it tail end on dive deeper into cover.
Next stop was Cresswell Pond where we stayed by the causeway as the hide was very busy. Field Trips The club arranges regular field trips mainly to local destinations. So this morning I waited on news and then when it was reported I headed off on the 50ml journey to try to see it. Then after showing for around 5mins in the open it called and flew again, to another bush.
All meetings commence at 7. Walking along the northern edge of the estuary we stopped to watch two Little Egrets at close range in the harbour. Also summer-plumaged Turnstone were particularly smart. My feelings were that I would see better from the lone birders position so I skirted round the bush at a distance and ed him.
Certainly the recent lockdown for Covid has resulted in an influx of people now enjoying some freedom. Two more Roseate Terns were seen, both adults and toay views.
Likely to have been a Peregrine as one has been seen recently. We then headed to the summit where we saw Meadow Pipits, Ravens and Grouse.
En route, an elusive Blackcap was spotted well hidden in the trees and the highlight of the day, a male Goshawk displaying which we stopped to watch for some time. A picnic lunch was todwy with views over the estuary.
Am sure his first Roseate will be much remembered. Moving on we drove to Druridge Pools which was surprisingly quiet given the ideal low water level.
The scalloped mantle very similar to juvenile Sandwich Tern but with red legs. Finishing off we moved up to Boulmer. We could hear the cuckoo and then it was spotted in a tree on the other side of the valley. We then set off through the forest towards Deadwater Fell. Having seen several Dusky Warblers in the UK, including one just last year and Plovwr in the NW region before too this wasn't a priority but would be nice to see.
The rising tide was just right here as it pushes the waders so much closer for much better views than otherwise possible. Pkover were still lingering here along with a group of 12 Little Egrets. Soon we saw a group of birders all looking at one small bush and we knew we were in the correct place. In the end our positioning paid off when we heard and then saw the bird make a short feeding sortie low down in front Pkover us.
A Whimbrel flew over and a first summer Little Gull was in among the Black-headed Gulls but the highlight was undoubtedly a juvenile Roseate Tern resting on a rock.
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