Thursday, 12 May 2016

TT incoming at Black Cat GPs

I've done some sky watching at this site hoping for the flocks of waders which descend on Paxton just up the river. Tonight it paid off with a flock of Tundra Ringos and a Turnstone.  I was a bit gutted that the one at Broom arrived after my hour and a half wait there yesterday.  But all ok now.

3 comments:

  1. Ref the list of five waders on my post, I have Turnstone below Sanderling, Whimbrel, then Grey Plover but good job never the less. Poking in these bits is definitely doing you favours. Bit waderless down my way unfortunately, lack of water body not helping though did get five Whimbrel flying over fields just north of Luton once. Bring on the weekend

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