Sunday, 16 January 2011


Nice couple of hours this afternoon, starting with a quick goose at Woodhorn - or rather a Barnacle with the Mutes and Whoopers opposite the QEII (thanks Whitley Birder, but I could only see one B and two W's as opposed to your two and four resp. yesterday) and the four White-fronts in the field opposite the windmill (actually the second field in, over the stone wall when viewed from the 5-bar gate).

Next stop Blyth Harbour, with the Red-necked Grebe looking good along with a female R-b Merganser, and on the roof of the Blyth Fish Supply Ltd buildings, five Snow Buntings.


Competition time now - spot the Waxwings in the apple tree at the Burton House Pub car park yesterday.

And some Snowies:

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