Bowling Green Marsh - a little bit later.

The common sandpiper disappeared and failed to reappear after Martin left.  However, a whimbrel showed up well among the prolific curlews, and shortly after two juvenile ringed plovers and a lovely curlew sandpiper flew into the muddy pool just to the right of the hide. These were briefly joined by a beautifully marked juvenile ruff.  There were also nine greenshanks at Goosemoor.

Posted August 28th, 2019 at 12:10 am by Doug Herdson in Bird News