Saturday, 14 May 2011

Saturday 14th May

It has been a busy day at Shustoke today with the elusive Black-throated Diver still present although it was leading most people a merry dance. This morning Adam Archer had a Turnstone and Hobby. And Steve Seal and Dave Hutton had three Sanderling fly through these were later relocated at Drayton Bassett.

There were in excess of 500 Swift this evening amongst a good number of hirundines. The Black-throated Diver was still on site and still elusive. There was also a Dunlin and an LRP late on, then I got caught in the heavy rain and was soaked to the skin – I came back from Scotland early to avoid this sort of thing!

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