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Mike Chorley wrote:

and a Tundra Bean Goose with 3 Pinkfeet at Lebberston.

Trip Total 66 Species





Well me and Rayner saw a Taiga

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Male Desert Wheatear showed well, if distant (vertically) on and around the Gannet nests on the stack below Staple Newk at Bempton this a.m.

Best of the rest of a tour of N.E. Yorkshire with Messrs Rigby & Rayner were 3 Red-throated Divers close in at Filey Brig (with at least as many Harbour Porpoise showing well), a distant couple of Whooper Swans at Filey Dams and a Tundra Bean Goose with 3 Pinkfeet at Lebberston.

Trip Total 66 Species

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Driving up the A1 today just north of wetherby 2 Red Kites seen low over the road, excellent views. Also some big flocks of starlings and lapwings near Leeming.

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around 50 Pied Wagtails near York Railway station on Sat 22nd Oct - off to roost, I'd guess

On the way up the M1/A1 from London I was expecting the no. of Buzzards seen to exceed the Kestrels, but in fact the Kestrels won 6 - 2! Didn't see much else of interest though, mind you. :(

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biggrin.gif2 red kites near Bridlington yesterday

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