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A great white egret seen from Broadmarsh flew west over the harbour at 14:20 on Monday 15th. (W Borrass)
There were as many as 9 curlew sandpipers at Farlington Marshes on 15th plus knot, an avocet and a spotted redshank. (RH Marchant) On the same day there were 35 greenshanks on the reserve. (T Codlin)
A lesser yellow legs continues to be seen at Titchfield Haven (Work will be carried out on the reserve Tuesday so this could be the last day of the bird.) There was also a curlew sandpiper visiting the north & south scrapes on 15th & 16th, (I Calderwood.) and 2 greenshanks on 16th. (D Wallace)
A hundred yellow wagtails were on Farlington marshes on 15th (T Codlin) and 8, which were attacked (unsuccessfully) by a Sparrowhawk and flew south, at Titchfield Haven. (DJ Pearson)
Three whinchats were seen at Farlington Marshes in the evening of 15th. (T Codlin)
A male ring ouzel sat up in tree at east end of the IBM lake site on morning of 15th. (T Doran)
Two bearded tits were seen at Farlington on 15th. (RH Marchant)
Two Dartford warblers and a lesser whitethroat were in the scrub close to the beach on the Sandy Point Reserve on 17th.
Last week's red-backed shrike could still be seen from the beach on the Sandy Point Hayling reserve on 15th. (J Harrington) On 16th it was seen at 10:30, I could not find it at 15:00 but it very active at 17:00! (JG & NG May) A female was seen on the Titchfield Haven Canal path on 15th.
Clouded Yellow @ Sandy Point. There were at least two clouded yellows on Sandy point NR and visible from the beach at 14:30 today. [Posted by John Goodspeed]
Oxenbourne Down. After such a good summer and warm autumnal weather it’s a great shame to see places such as Oxenbourne Down now closing down for the winter. There were still up to a dozen species still on the wing on 16th, and these were Chalkhill Blue (5), Meadow Brown up to (30) Small Heath(15) Common Blue (18) Brown Argus (1) Brimstone (21) Small Copper (3) Speckled Wood (5) Several whites, Large, Small and Green-Veined. A Peacock on the wing after several weeks of not noting these probably awoke after being in slumber by the warmth of the weather at the moment and Red Admiral (3) also a Silver 'Y' Moth. [Posted by Ashley Whitlock]