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RE: Whitby


Bird sightings during a family holiday in Whitby 21/10/2022 - 28/10/2022 (all seen around the town, beach and harbour).

Pallid Swift
Snow Bunting 2
Whimbrel
Red-throated Diver
Turnstone
Purple Sandpiper
Oystercatcher
Herring Gull
Blackbird
Dunnock
Goldfinch
Carrion Crow
Gannet
Lesser Black-backed Gull
Starling
Cormorant
Goldeneye
Redshank
Magpie
Wren
Great Black-backed Gull
Black-headed Gull
Robin
Rock Pipit
Meadow Pipit
Kestrel
Buzzard
Stonechat
Collared Dove
Wood Pigeon
Feral Pigeon
Blue Tit
Great Tit
Greenfinch
Chaffinch
Jackdaw
House Sparrow
Redwing
Mallard
Pied Wagtail
Sparrowhawk
Canada Goose
Pheasant

Cheers,
Steve.



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Week away in Whitby

Rock Pipits
Pied wagtails
Great black backed gull
Lesser black backed gull
Herring gulls
Kittiwakes
Fulmars
Oystercatchers
Ravens
Swallows
House martins
Pheasant
A Heron being mobbed on the beach
Cormorants
Skylarks
Lapwings
Kestrels
Stonechats


On a fishing trip

Puffins
Guillemots
Razorbills
Gannets


And on the way home over the North Yorkshire Moors by the side of the road a Curlew feeding away







-- Edited by Ian McKerchar on Saturday 9th of June 2012 07:30:02 PM

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Just had a weekend away in the caravan stayed near the abbey on a farm site heres what i saw in and around Whitby

Corn bunting
Swallows
House martins
Spotted fly catcher
Goldfinch
Kestrel
Wren
Yellow hammer
Sandwich terns
Kittiwakes
Guillemots




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25/04/11
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First called at a forest just before whitby where we had
redstart
cuckoo
willow warbler
tree pipit
black cap
great spotted woodpecker
buzzard
siskins lots
chaffinch

whitby
turnsones
cormerant
fullmers
swallows
starlings
linnets
goldfinches
skylarks
meadow pipits


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