With the prospect of an excellent day ahead, I decided to visit Brandon Marsh in the hope of year ticking some spring migrants. I arrived quite early at 0600 and was met with a misty outlook which also enabled a misty sunrise HERE . I was rewarded with year ticks in the form of Sedge Warbler; Cuckoo; Common Tern; Reed Warbler; Little Ringed Plover and Whitethroat. A list of sightings can be found at the end of this post.
Long Tailed Tit
Pink Footed Goose
Wren; Magpie; Blackbird; Wood Pigeon; Rook; Carrion Crow; Mallard; Grey Lag Goose; Green Woodpecker; Dunnock; Swallow; Robin; Song Thrush; Cettis Warbler; Great Tit; Canada Goose; Coot; Willow Warbler; Blue Tit; Long Tailed Tit; Stock Dove; Chiffchaff; Chaffinch; Blackcap; Pheasant; Sedge Warbler; Grey Heron; Cuckoo; LBB Gull; Sand Martin; Water Rail; Lapwing; Mute Swan; Tufted Duck; Redshank; Moorhen; Black Headed Gull; Oystercatcher; Teal; Shelduck; Shoveler; Common Sandpiper; Pied wagtail; Common Tern; Barnacle Goose; Reed Bunting; Gadwall; Cormorant; Reed Warbler; Snipe; Whitethroat; Little Ringed Plover; Pink Footed Goose; Great Crested Grebe; Jay; Great Spotted Woodpecker; Starling; Treecreeper; Nuthatch; Linnet; Sparrowhawk; Greenfinch.