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Saturday, 24 August 2013

Seaford Head 24/8/13

The heavy rain finally brought in a new wave of fresh migrants. Warbler numbers are still down apart from the ever numerous Whitethroats. The circuit was roughly covered five times over a 9 hour period with very little overlap of numbers seen, but lots of rain. As usual the star of the show decides to show itself to the non-patch workers and that bird was a Wryneck which showed well, and settled down just east of Hope Gap.

Combined totals from Bob and myself are:

Wryneck - 1
Pied Flycatcher - 4
Spotted Flycatcher - 1
Wheatear - 19
Whinchat - 18
Yellow Wagtail - 15
Redstart - 4
Whitethroat - 73
Lesser Whitethroat - 5
Blackcap - 8
Garden Warbler - 1
Willow Warbler - 21
Reed Warbler - 3
Stonechat - 1
Swallow - 50


 Wryneck in Hope Gap
Pied Flycatcher

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