I was working yesterday,so Pauls text last night saying he had a lifer pleased me.
This morning Paul took me to see the bird however it was somewhat distant which was
disappointing fron a camera perspective,but good not to dip.
My first record of this north american vagrant was at Marazion marsh in 1976 and another at
Startops or Marsworth in the eighties.
At the moment we were viewing Pec sand, little stint a number of ringed plovers some of the tundrae
The photo is by Simon West as mine were to distant ,Lewis got a digi scope job picture pending.
Long distant viewing of the Ringed Plovers without a scope was difficult to see the differences for
Tundra sub species,managed a distant shot perhaps Lee could confirm what this individual is, many
A passage of hirundines were passing through mostly sand martins and the odd house.