Been a bit busy all day sorting a few things out so didn't get out birding til this evening, with the winds from the north and the west coast getting a few early Leach's and some Sabs Gulls seawatching was obviously in order so Hornsea it was. I didn't get there til just before six so only managed about an hour and a half but it was pretty impressive totals were 27 Arctics, 7 Bonxie, 8 Heron!!! 4 Teal, 7 Fruitbashers, 1 Snipe, 3 Dunlin. I'll be in Brid tomorrow so I'll be setting off early and doing a few hours at Flamborough, fingers crossed.
A birder originally from Wakefield West Yorkshire, now living in Beverley East Yorkshire. I mainly bird Spurn but do get around to other sites in the county. I'm pretty keen on my Yorkshire list (hence the name) and am currently on 377 which puts me in joint ninth place. Recently I'm more and more interested in self finding birds rather than twitching them which is good cos there aren't many county ticks flying around these days. I currently sit on the YNU record adjudication panel and the Spurn bird observatory committee.