Guianan Cock-of-the-Rock - Guyana 2017

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Sunday, 16 August 2015

Seaford Head 16/8/15

A very nice morning being slightly cooler and feeling more autumnal but this did mean there was a minor clear out of the previous days migrants. However the Wryneck was again present but is extremely elusive. It felt more like a raptor day so it wasn't a surprise that a Short-eared Owl and Marsh Harrier were seen. Another pleasant and enjoyable morning.

Totals for the morning are:

Wryneck - 1
Yellow Wagtail - 9
Wheatear - 3
Redstart - 2
Spotted Flycatcher - 2
Tree Pipit - 3
Whitethroat - 48
Lesser Whitethroat - 8
Willow Warbler - 46
Chiffchaff - 2
Garden Warbler - 3
Blackcap - 5
Reed Warbler - 9
Sedge Warbler - 2
Short-eared Owl - 1 at 9.20 going NE
Marsh Harrier - 1 fem type at 9.45 going NW

 Garden Warbler in Hope Gap
 Wryneck in Hope Gap
 male Redstart by Harry's Bush
Short-eared Owl over the coastguards

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