Apr 042022
Oh I do like to be beside the Seaside

A day trip to Scarborough is a must to see the over wintering Mediterranean Gulls and often there are divers and grebes sheltering in the fishing harbour. On 4th February we made a day trip to Scarborough and managed some superb views of a juvenile Great Northern Diver and of course the “Med” Gulls. A […]

Nov 182012
A Dippidy Doodah Day

Missed the Hoodie – drat… but a new tick – an Ivy Bee – NOT – Miss Identified !! You can't win em all, as they say. We missed out today (18th Nov) on the Hooded Merganser at Pagham Harbour, apparently seen to fly off late afternoon on Saturday 17th November. Well it had done […]

Aug 112012
One Good Tern Deserves Another - 11th August 2012

The North East Coast of England provides some great birding opportunities.   With the Farnes and Coquet Island not too far away, Sand Haven Beach at South Shields is a great place for watching Terns. We had a great morning here photographing the rare Roseate Tern, and fortunately we discovered a pair feeding two juveniles […]

Jan 162011
A Raptor Fest in Norfolk - 16th January 2011

  A day out in North Norfolk provided some real cracking birds with 9 species of Raptor being seen during the day. Hunstanton seafront is always a good place to start and we soon found a single Snow Bunting, 5 Mediterranean Gulls and after a tip-off, a fine Purple Sandpiper. Plenty of common waders and […]

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