Wednesday, 5 October 2011


Called in at Tynemouth yesterday in the hope of finding the Yellow browed Warbler but no joy although a pleasant hour was spent wandering around in hope. A young gull with a deformed beak had its eye on my Sausage and Bacon sarnie.

and a Guillemot was feeding quite close to the base of the pier

whilst a Kestrel kept a beady eye out from the Priory walls.

The Pilot cutter had to battle against a stiff westerly breeze and of course I finished up back at home watching a nice big bird and eventually three owls do exactly the same. Thanks for the photos Will.

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