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Tuesday, 17 March 2015

Seaford Head & Upper Cuckmere 17/3/15

A murkier but milder morning (becoming brighter late morning) and early reports of migrants hitting Portland, I was fairly confident that today would produce a couple of new arrivals. The Head produced my first Wheatears of the year and a steady trickle of Meadow Pipits moving north. The highlight was a Redpoll that flew in off.

Totals are:
Wheatear - 2 males
Meadow Pipit - 135 N
Reed Bunting - 1 along cliff edge before departing NW
Redpoll - 1 N
Alba Wagtail - 2 N
Chiffchaff - 8
Stonechat - 3 

An afternoon visit to the floods just north of Charleston Reedbed produced the following:

Garganey - 2 (1 drk)
Ruff - 1
Great Grey Shrike - 1
Pintail - 4

Late news for yesterday - The Richard's Pipit showed nicely at the Ouse Estuary Project, Newhaven.

 male Wheatear on the golf course
 Reed Bunting along the cliff egde
adult Peregrine 
 Garganey on flood just north of Charleston Reedbed (digi-scoped)
Great Grey Shrike again below High and Over (digi-scoped)



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