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Tuesday, 1 September 2015

Seaford Head 1/9/15

Felt very autumnal this morning, early on it felt more like Yellow-browed conditions than anything else. Plenty of variety this morning with the highlight by far being a patch tick in the form of a juvenile Turtle Dove found late morning in Hope Gap. The Wryneck was also still present, this time at the bottom of Hope Gap showing reasonably. Other than this, much of the same from the past few days.

Totals are:

Turtle Dove - 1 juv
Wheatear - 16
Whinchat - 10
Grey Wagtail - 5
Yellow Wagtail - 58
Wryneck - 1 still present
Whitethroat - 64
Lesser Whitethroat - 10
Blackcap - 45
Willow Warbler - 14
Chiffchaff - 5
Reed Warbler - 3
Sedge Warbler - 3
Pied Flycatcher - 1
Spotted Flycatcher - 5
Redstart - 3
Siskin - 12 flew west in one flock
Hobby - 1
Firecrest - 1
Green Sandpiper - 1 over west

 Wheatear in Hope Gap
 Wryneck in Hope Gap - still without a tail!!
 Whinchat in Hope Gap
Turtle Dove in Hope Gap - a long awaited patch tick


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