Wednesday, April 7, 2010


With drizzle and light northerlies forecast decided to have a look at Durlston. As I made my way to the globe the rain stopped and the sun started to appear and with it a Gannet lingering quite close in, so out came the camera. I ended up getting a bit carried away with taking photos of the local sea birds and not leaving enough time to properly look for migrants. There was a bit of vis mig here with at least 25 Siskins north in 3 flocks and a few mipits and wagtails.

View of Peveril Point and Old Harry from Durlston Head

Looks like sinensis are now joining carbo on the cliffs aswell