Wednesday, August 27, 2008



Another pleasant evening with a W5 breeze. Tonights walk around Seaton Point had 42 Ringed Plover, 27 Dunlin, 1 Grey Plover, 3 Stonechat and a Whitethroat.

Its about time we had a change in this westerly weather pattern ( though I bet they don't think that on Cape Clear after Yellow Warbler, Northern Waterthrush and Solitary Sandpiper all in one day). Go on give us a swing 'round to the east, north or at least a high pressure movement of shearwaters...

5 comments:

oldcrow61 said...

A beautiful bird. Lovely shot.

Ipin said...

South-easterly on sunday????

darrell j prest said...

yep sunday maybe the day,though i think it will be from spurn to norfolk.

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come on lad what?

curious darrell

Boulmer Birder said...

No nowt Darrell, just er that Common Darter, its a Ruddy :)

SE Sunda! Wat! Get the flexi's in its Greenish Time.....

Boulmer Birder said...

Just looked at the Met surface pressure charts. May be a slight 'hiccup' but doesn't look too clever. Kent might get some but unless it changes drastically the only thing that will help us up here is that front coming through on Monday am with a high on Scandinavia? Heres hoping eh.