Wednesday, 28 July 2010

Widening The Narrows list

Escaping the humidity, another Sunday afternoon at The Narrows. It was mixture of species passing through the thin strip of land.

Two Migrant Hawkers were the first I had seen there this year, Six-spot Burnet and Small Fan-foot the best moths, Common Blue, Large White and Peacock butterfly passed in small numbers, a Harbour Porpoise went south and a Seal spp was bloggin.

The best of the birds was an immature Glaucous Gull which landed on the beach then flew west up the Humber, 102+ Swallows went south with a few bloggin, 60 Swift south and an Arctic Skua bloggin.

It passed the time without moving far!

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