Tuesday, 16 October 2018

Cosmeston

There was a Cetti's Warbler singing its head off on the RHS at the end of the main boardwalk before it goes under the trees, this morning. First I've heard there for quite some time. A Sparrowhawk had a go at a flock of c.50 Goldfinch near the dragonfly pond. Otherwise v quiet, although there was apparently some good vis mig at Lavernock earlier [per Jeff Curtis/Graham Smith]. There are apparently huge numbers of Linnet in the coastal fields, and this morning Graham found a morbid juv Common Rosefinch!! - which had been predated judging by its injuries.

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