Wednesday, 11 September 2019

7th September 2019 Spurn NW4

After another quick look at the White-rumped Sandpiper we decided to walk towards Spurn point from where a seawatch produced a Balearic Shearwater flying north and several Arctic Skuas chasing Terns. It was quiet for passerine migrants with just a few Hirundines on the move and the only migrant Warbler we saw was a single Common Whitethroat. In the evening we enjoyed a talk on speciation by Per Alstrom.

Spurn Point

the road leading to the point just north of the breach

heligoland trap at the Warren