The Blue-winged Teal eventually showed from deep within the rushes/reeds at about 12.45.  It was best viewed from the hillside on the way up Southdown Cliff.  Thanks to the visiting Exeter birder for finding that - very easy to miss!  Also round and about the marsh and hide were 2 Chiffchaffs, Snipe, Cetti's Warbler, Goldcrest, Meadow Pipits and a pair of Bullfinches.  Decent mixed tit flock at the feeders and a large brown rat beneath them! 

On the sea a cracking Black-throated Diver - big thanks to the visiting Hampshire birder for picking that out!

A single female Black Redstart around the Cottages. 



Posted January 12th, 2020 at 4:47 pm by Paul Darlington in Bird News