Saturday, 15 September 2012


A late morning walk along the ash lagoon banks at Newbiggin produced the exciting combination of Great Tit and a Blackcap that remained unseen. The westerlies have ruined the first half of September on the east coast.

So I slipped north to Lynemouth Flash and sat in the car for a while looking through the Dunlin and hoping to get some pictures of the juvenile Curlew Sandpiper that has been lingering on and off for several days. A single Ruff and a limping Knot added to the wader variety whilst an adult Yellow Wagtail was a bonus.

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