Monthly Archives: March 2018

26th March 2018

A slight northerly wind, cloud clearing to give way to a bright spring like day. Firecrest above Belle Tout Wood. I was in the Hollow early on checking the Exmoor enclosure. A number of Meadow Pipit were song flighting and … Continue reading

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13th March 2018

Bright and sunny with a light westerly wind. Peregrine near the apex of the headland. Another morning without a Wheatear despite there being falls of up to 30 at one south coast site yesterday. Several Redwing were flushed out of … Continue reading

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12th March 2018 Firecrest & Chiffchaff

A dull, wet morning with a light SE wind the upper most part of the headland remained shrouded in low cloud. A wet but very welcome Firecrest. Despite drawing a complete blank the previous day this morning finally yielded some … Continue reading

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10th March 2018 Dungeness Gulls

Not much sign of the “mild conditions” forecast for Saturday nor any sign of any migrants! There were however a number of interesting gulls still around the Dungeness peninsular. One of two juvenile Glaucous Gulls seen. A brief appearance of … Continue reading

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