Tuesday, October 21, 2008

The wind was a cold SW3 when I walked Bunty around Seaton Point this evening.

As the light faded a good skein of about 120 Pinkfeet flew north overhead. On the muddier areas of shore, 7 Bar tailed Godwits, 4 Grey Plovers and over 40 Wigeon were feeding ahead of a rising tide.

I was suprised when a Rock Pipit flew from my path, calling. I assumed that small birds would have gone to roost by now.

As we got back to the car Curlews were flighting into the stubbles to spend the night...

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