Saturday, 23 November 2013

Hoo Peninsula 23/11/13

November's low tide count on the Hoo peninsula proved bitterly cold but plenty of birds see for me and Mo,
resulting in a mass increase of Knot, Dunlin, Lapwing and Golden Plover in good numbers.

The female Merlin was again seen as well as a new juv male causing the wader's havoc, as were the regular Marsh Harrier's and Peregrines.

Bearded Tits increased with several small groups and a flock of twelve seen.

Mo picked up a Lap bunt, and eight Eider mid river for a bit of variety, and four Ruff and a single Brent was all i could muster.

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