Monday, 12 September 2016


Yesterday was quiet at the Obs, other than a huge passage of Meadow Pipit. Today was a bit better with a superb dark-phase juvenile Long-tailed Skua heading north. Not a great deal moving until late on when 1000+ Kittiwake lifted off the sea an streamed towards the mouth of the Tyne. Amongst these were 2 Sooty And 2 Manx Shearwater, along with an Arctic Skua. Full results here.

Whitburn this morning

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