Monday, 11 May 2009


The fifth Spoonbill for Beddington was present today from around lunch time to about 1500. It eventually headed east then came back, climbed to a great height and then decided to fly strongly into the head wind in a northerly direction. The record coincides with a White-winged Black Tern at Staines and a scattering of Black Terns- perhaps indicates new drift migrants.
Also a 1st summer Iceland Gull present- exceptional for May.

1 comment:

Graham James said...

Oh, are we jealous at Holmethorpe? Too true we are!