Portland Bird Observatory
Thur to Sunday Sept 21–24
We’ll explore the cliffs, coves and quarries in and around Portland Bill and there will be early-morning ringing opportunities at the Bird Observatory. Staying here will have distinct advantages as we should witness the start of autumn migration and likely to encounter returning passage warblers such as Grasshopper, Willow and Sedge.
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What’s been seen?
Yellow Wagtails were recorded at Burgh Castle (ten) and Carlton Marshes and two nesting pairs of Spotted Flycatchers at Beccles, 20 July. A juvenile Cuckoo was seen at Carlton Marshes, 22 July, with a Grasshopper Warbler and a Kingfisher noted at the same site on 18...