Rondonia Bushbird, Brazil - June 2022

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Monday, 14 August 2017

Seaford Head 14/8/17

A much quieter day today (despite the lovely clear and calm conditions) with almost the same variety as yesterday but just smaller numbers of migrants, apart from Whitethroats which were everywhere. In fact it was a great sight seeing so many in Hope Gap. Outside of the Gap, there was little to see and only the odd bits were noted moving overhead, with Yellow Wagtails slowly but surely starting to get going.

Totals are:

Whitethroat - 85
Yellow Wagtail - 10
Wheatear - 6
Willow Warbler - 9
Tree Pipit - 2
Reed Warbler - 5
Blackcap - 16
Nightingale - 3
Chiifchaff - 2
Lesser Whitethroat - 5
Garden Warbler - 4
Redstart - 1 male
Spotted Flycatcher - 1

Autumns Ladys Tresses - 1
Silver Spotted Skipper - 6

 Yellow Wagtail in Hope Gap
 Willow Warbler in Hope Gap
 Silver Spotted Skipper on Seaford Head
Autumns Ladys Tresses on Seaford Head
 sunrise
lower section of Hope Gap