19th September 2011 – more of the same…

Whilst some parts of Britain are sinking under the weight of yanks, Cumbria remains a rarity-free zone, and despite there being decent enough numbers of waders and gulls around, nothing exciting was found today or yesterday. The best of the bunch at Anthorn was 9 Ruff (8 together and 1 with Goldies), 7 Greenshank and 5 Curlew Sands.

On the rising tide at Port Carlisle waders didn’t hang about and were soon going to roost on the harbour wall. Impressive numbers of Knot though, plus at least one Curlew Sand and the adult Spotted Redshank.

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