Before I start this thread, does anyone know if its being done already?
rubatroid said:I can't find anything for the whole of Cornwall so sounds like a good one to start. But it's a big area, are you sure you can cover it all?
Looks like you are doing pretty well on your own!!!Conorbirda2 said:3 Iceland Gulls (all juvs) Sennen in fields behind school, today.
8 Med gulls, Hayle Est.
SPOTTED SANDPIPER - juv still Hayle Est.
3 GN divers - st Austell bay.
AMERICAN WIGEON - still at Wadebridge, Clapper Marshes
Hi Darrell do you know if the Pacific Diver is still in the area if so can you give the directions as i am not sure where to go.Darrell Clegg said:Mounts Bay today:
Pacific Diver - seen only briefly today in stiff breeze and choppy seas.
10 Great Northern Diver
6+ Black Throated Diver inc. 1 in breeding plumage.
6+ Red-throated Diver inc. 1 in breeding plumage.
2 Slavonian Grebe
Surf Scoter - looking very ill!! It had earlier been attacked by gulls
Tav94 said:Hi Darrell do you know if the Pacific Diver is still in the area if so can you give the directions as i am not sure where to go.
Thanks for that might have look on Tuesday if the weather looks ok.Darrell Clegg said:Chris,
Well it's still in the Bay, but it gets anywhere from Long Rock at Marazion to Sandy Cove in Newlyn - about 5 miles. It may be best to scan from Jubilee Pool in Penzance west towards Newlyn, that's where most sightings have been, and where most of the birders are. Beware though that there are a lot of Divers in the bay at the moment.