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 Post subject: Gib Point 7.5.17
PostPosted: Sun May 07, 2017 10:43 pm 
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A fascinating day at Gib - a really odd mix of autumn and spring.

Yellow-browed Warbler - one in the East Dunes was a big surprise. Showed well then promptly disappeared before calling a number of times and then seemingly disappeared completely.
Brambling - one calling north end
Grasshopper warbler - 4
Ring Ouzel - 2
Common sand - 2 on Fendlands
Tree Pipit - 2
Garganey - drake
Spoonbill - on Jackson's early
Ruff - 3 on Tennyson's
Wheatear - 7
Whimbrel - eleven
Willow w c25
Lesser Whitethroat 10

Also Wood Warbler and 3 Common Redstarts at the Obs not to mention the likes of Whinchat, Curlew Sand and male Pied Fly that I didn't see!


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