Thursday, November 01, 2007

Spurn Point

Grey Partridge

Brent Goose

Stonechat - female

Stonechat - male

Grey Plover

Little Egret


Roe Deer

Its been a very long time since I have been to Spurn so I thought a visit was in order. The tide was out so most of the waders were feeding far away on the distant shore. However I did mange to find a Grey Plover lurking close in front of the hide.
Also seen where - Knot, Dunlin, Curlew, Redshank, Oystercatcher , Curlew, Red Throated Diver, Redwing and Fieldfare. On the way back up Spurn Point I spotted the Little Egret wadding on the edge of the estuary and in the fields leading in to Kilnsea was a flock of 100+ Brent Geese, Roe Deer and Grey Partridge.

1 comment:

East Ayton Birding said...

Big difference in the quality of image using the canon 500mm.