Following yesterdays excitement with the appearance of a Wryneck there were many visiting birders but THE bird failed to show up.
Birding on the Selsey Peninsula blog.
There were a number of Chiffchaffs around the Lagoon area together with a Stonechat....
|... in early morning sunshine.|
|Chiffchaff...one of several.|
Further along the North Wall there was a Little Grebe in the usual spot...I just liked the reflections!
and a number of Moorhens ...tree climbing!
Unusually, there was a Sanderling in Whites Creek which reminded me of my holiday in Suffolk last week where I also found a couple of Sanderling on a weed covered outfall in company of a single Purple Sandpiper...
|Sanderlings (juveniles) at Minsmere and below the Purple Sandpiper.|