I'll not be heading to the patch today. A great day to catch up with things though, I've written my article for next weeks Northumberland Gazette, which is about Starlings and I've finally finished my trip report for our Georgia trip last April.
It was a great trip and I know some Northumberland birders are heading out there this spring so hopefully it will be useful. You can read it here
Janet and I had walk around the patch yesterday but it was quiet.
There were up to a thousand pink-footed geese in the fields south of Druridge farm with a handful of curlew and starlings.
In the dunes north of the bushes there was mixed flock of goldfinches and linnets numbering 25 of each.
One budge fields a drake pintail had joined the teal and wigeon but there were no waders.
|Pied Wagtail on the beach|