Sunday, 26 November 2017

Redcar Tarn

Sunday 26th November a.m.
 A bitterly cold morning up at Redcar Tarn with a temperature of 2°C and a biting wind blowing but some sunshine to start off with.It was good to bump in to BS with his birding team, who reported a Yellow Legged Herring Gull being present, however he was not having the best of mornings with other problems to contend with, sorry I couldn't help.
I just did one circuit of the Tarn with high numbers of BH Gulls being present along with Common, Herring and LBB Gulls.In the top corner there were a few Chaffinch,Goldfinch and Dunnock feeding on the seeds others included Moorhen,Muscovy,Jackdaws and just one Tufted Duck.
male Chaffinch

female Chaffinch

Common Gull


Herring Gull



Tufted Duck

BH & Common Gulls

LBB and BH Gulls

Redcar Tarn 26/11/2017

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