Monday, 15 April 2013

Sarrrfend! - 14.4.13

As the weather had warmed up me and the family took a trip to the Essex coast to the worlds lngest pier. We parked up in Westcliff-on-sea and walked up to the road towards Southend noting a few Curlew and a couple of Dark-Bellied Brent Geese along the way. The list by the end of the day included 4 year ticks with singles of Common and Sandwich Tern and a 1st summer Mediterranean Gull and a fly by flock of around 80 Sanderling. 16 Great-Crested Grebe were off the end of the pier and 4 Swallow flew inland.

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