Hooded Grebes - Patagonia - November 2016

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Wednesday, 30 March 2016

Seaford Head & Cuckmere Haven 30/3/16

Seawatching was hopeless this morning in the half hour I spent there.
Seaford Head proved to be slightly better with the first arrival of grounded migrants, though numbers were very low. The highlight here was a Hobby that flew north, my earliest record. 
The Cuckmere wasn't too bad either with a few Hirundines moving north and a Knot on the meanders. 

Splash Point - 06.25-06.55:
Common Scoter - 12

Seaford Head:
Hobby - 1
Wheatear - 2 males
Chiffchaff - 4
Goldcrest - 4
Firecrest - 4
Redwing - 1

Cuckmere Haven:
Knot - 1
Firecrest - 2
Water Rail - 2
House Martin - 1
Swallow - 3
Wheatear - 1

 at long last my first Wheatear of the spring
 House Martin over the Cuckmere
 one of two Water Rails still present on the scrape
Knot on the meanders









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