This juvenile Pectoral Sandpiper in mid September was one of the highlights
Juvenile Curlew Sandpiper- typically a September migrant to Beddington
Juvenile Ruff. Another typical September migrant which has seen a reduction in numbers in recent years.
Adult Arctic Tern- a scarce passage migrant to Beddington
Autumn Wheatears. 2011 has been a very good year for Wheatears at Beddington.
Tree Lichen Beauty. Up to five of these were recorded in July/August.
Dewick's Plusia. One of the autumn's highlights was discovering what appears to be a local population of this moth- perhaps the only colony in the UK?
Juvenile Wood Sandpipers. Three birds were present in early August.
This juvenile Black-tailed Godwit undertook a record stay proving that the new wader habitat can hold larger waders.