The white-winged black tern found at East Chevington yesterday evening finally made its way down to Druridge Pools this afternoon.
An adult white-winged black tern - what's not to like?
Despite the grey and drizzly conditions, the light wasn't as bad as I expected it to be. The tern had a route around the pool, starting in the NW corner, flying south then into the little bays, before flying east past the hide, into the SE corner and flying back up the northern edge to start again. Like clockwork, for half an hour when it went to the Budge fields. Amazingly, for that half hour, Janet and I were the only ones in the hide. That's Northumberland for you!
This is my second patch white-winger, the first was on July 1st 2017 - again another adult summer plumage bird.
This cormorant entertained us briefly, wrestling with an eel.
|Cormorant with Eel|
Somewhere around the Little Hide, there is a pied wagtail feeding chicks.