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Sunday, 16 November 2014

2 Brents at Ness Point

On a further trip to Ness Point on Sunday 16th November, I was pleased to see Danny P, and he pointed out there were now 2 immature Brent Geese on the jetty and sure enough I saw 2 immature Brent Geese feeding right at the end of this promontory. There were again feeding on the seaweed and one even fell asleep at one point. Before an immature Herring Gull harried one of the Geese and caused it to fly inland in a south- westerly direction at 9.50am. Within a minute the other bird followed too. The return of the rain put paid to any further birding during the day.

2 comments:

quarryquest said...

Just found your blog and will be checking back regularly from now on. I believe I spotted female (or juvenile) Waxwing on the rowans on Artillery Way yesterday morning.

Peter Ransome said...

Glad you like the blog, well done on finding the Waxwing, as you can see I saw 3 around this area at the weekend.