Sunday, 11 November 2012

Newton Point and Long Nanny 11th November

Yet another glorious morning saw us looking out to sea at Newton Point, Common Eider, Purple Sandpiper and Turnstone were all seen. Our next stop was the salt marsh at the mouth of the Long Nanny Burn,whilst watching a small flock of Twite a solitary Short Eared Owl flew over the wardens hut. The next area to be checked was the Long Nanny Burn itself where the 1st winter Long Billed Dowitcher was noted amongst the Redshanks, it's plain rather than patterned tertials being noted.

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