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Pagham Birder: The Blog

A regular account of the birds seen mainly on and around Pagham Spit, the Lagoon and the North Wall plus other birding exploits from time to time.
Any news of interest regarding the ongoing erosion problems on Pagham Beach will, from now on, be shown on my other blog together with general beach photos.. Click on the link... Pagham Beach Blog on this page.

Wednesday, April 22, 2009

A new arrival!!

Excitement along the North Wall yesterday with the arrival of a Pectoral Sandpiper...a very nice bird and still there this morning creating quite a bit of interest from the local birding fraternity! Just too far away for a good photograph but no doubt someone will digiscope it!

Sandwich Tern


Lots of Swallows arriving off the sea and a few Terns moving along the coast. Reed and Sedge Warblers now VERY noisy with Chiffchaffs and Lesser Whitethroats in good voice!

Just one Brent Goose in the harbour!

2 comments:

Rambling Rob said...

Hello Pagham Birder, Greetings from the Isle of Wight. Great blog you have here, which I have just begun to explore. Superb bird and habitat photos and descriptions. Very atmospheric. Looking back to your January 6th post - amazing ice. Is that the Nab tower on the horizon in the red sky photo? I can just about see the Nab from the beach here in Sandown Bay.

Pagham Birder said...

Hi there Rambling Rob
No ...its not the Nab...we cant see the nab from our position..i think it is probably a passing tanker 'end on'. That view was taken looking SE ...we can see the IOW most days when not too hazy when looking SW. However, greetings from Pagham...enjoyed your blog.