walked the cliff north to buckton,a spotted flycatcher and redstart little else apart from a sparrowhawk.around the car park more spotted flycatchers and 2 redstarts.
just like the last influx of honey buzzards ive missed them this time.
sparrowhawkjust after i left news broke of a 'possible' savi's warbler at flambourgh,though soon after i arrived it was just a reed warbler!
quite a few low listers headed to spurn for a pallas's grasshopper warbler,given spurn's recent seemingly news blockage it would not surprise me if this had been seen much earlier!!!!
though i think 'birdforum' is crap most of the time i liked this by 'lawts'
My words from last Sunday!! What a difference a week makes in birding. The views on the 14:00pm flush were very poor - brief and in thick fog. Nevertheless I'm having it based on its bulk, its silent rise, and its low straight flight. Also, a birder on site (and I still don't know how) managed a couple of record shots showing the bird to have a deep keel and long wings.
thats me that is!!!!!