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Monday, 31 August 2015

Seaford Head 31/8/15

With thunderstorms through the night I was expecting too much for this morning, hence it was slightly disappointing in terms of migrant numbers.. I did two visits today, the afternoon being obviously quieter but thankfully warmer so Flycatchers were more evident, but the highlight was a Marsh Harrier over Harry's Bush. No sign of the Wryneck all day.

Totals for the day (no repetition of sightings included)

Wood Sandpiper - 1 flew west this morning
Wheatear - 11
Whinchat - 4
Firecrest - 4 together in Hope Gap
Tree Pipit - 3
Grey Wagtail - 1
Whitethroat - 30
Lesser Whitethroat - 6
Blackcap - 40
Garden Warbler - 2
Willow Warbler - 12
Chiffchaff - 4
Reed Warbler - 7
Spotted Flycatcher - 6
Redstart - 5
Yellow Wagtail - 9
Swift - 2
Marsh Harrier - 1 fem type at 5pm

 Firecrest in Hope Gap
 trio of Spotted Flycatcher by Harry's Bush

 Marsh Harrier over Harry's Bush
Swift over Harry's Bush



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