8th June

A calm, clear and dewy morning brought little in the way of new migrants save for 2 Reed Warblers and singles of Grey Heron and Golden Plover at the Bill. Yesterday's Woodchat Shrike remained in the horse paddocks along West Cliffs, whilst Rosy Starlings were represented by the Avalanche Road bird and another individual at Watery Lane. A lone Balearic Shearwater was the pick of some very limited movement off the Bill.

The Watery Lane Rosy Starling spent a lot of time out of sight in the deep grass of its favoured horse paddocks but it showed nicely when it did come into view © Martin Cade (settled) and Pete Saunders (flying):

The Woodchat Shrike was also showing nicely © Martin Cade: