Monday, 30 November 2009
WeBS Count, Funton (Kent): Marsh Harrier (4), Fieldfare (20), Avocet (400), Brent Goose (15), Pintail (117), Wigeon (161), Teal (110) and Black-tailed Godwit (140).
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Friday, 20 November 2009
Dungeness (Kent): Ignoring the poor weather, we travelled down to Dungeness determined to enjoy our day off work together. Despite both getting completely soaked, we made good use of our time and enjoyed among others: Goldeneye (4 female), Cetti's Warbler (heard), Kingfisher (1), Marsh Harrier (6), a Bittern flying across the ARC from the Hanson hide, the Great White Egret from Denge Marsh Road (1), Little Egret (6), Stonechat (2) and at least one of the Glossy Ibis.
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Labels: Blue-breasted Kingfisher, Dungeness, Little Egret, Mute Swan, Snipe
Thursday, 19 November 2009
Faversham Creek (Kent): Went for a well-earned run during lunch break when working from Faversham today and managed a Kingfisher and Little Egret at the creek.
Labels: Faversham Creek
Tuesday, 10 November 2009
Oare (Kent): Quick lunch time visit. Golden Plover (c400+), Little Egret (1), Peregrines (2) and Snipe (6).
Labels: Grey Plover, Oare
Monday, 9 November 2009
Swalecliffe (Kent): Walked out to Swalecliffe to see the Shore Lark that had been found yesterday and been reported again this morning.
Labels: Shorelark, Swalecliffe
Sunday, 1 November 2009
Pegwell Bay (Kent): Great Spotted Woodpecker, Green Woodpecker, Golden Plover (1300+) and eventually we managed several views of the Zitting Cisticola (Fan-tailed Warbler), that has been eluding us for the two previous visits to this site!
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Labels: Pegwell, Zitting Cisticola
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