Filey is where East Lea is situated and is a member only site, it would be my first visit here. We usually holiday in Filey so I decided on being a member.
I venture around the Brigg first seeing Pied Wagtail, Common Gull, Black headed Gulls, Herring Gulls, Ringed Plovers, Purple Sandpipers, Oystercatcher, Merlin. On the sea Guillemot, Mute Swan and a Red throated Diver.
On then to Filey Dams where there wasn’t much a about, the usual Tree Sparrows, Herring Gulls, Cormorants, Greylag geese, Canada Geese, Kestrel and Teals.
Lastly then onto East Lea, making my way thru to the farmers field and hide, I picked up Blackbirds, Magpies, Crows, Jackdaws, House Sparrows, Black headed Gulls and a flock of 24 Curlews.
Sat in the hide I saw a very nice sight of 17 Grey Partridge, a rare sight these days, so lovely to see so many, they flew off eventually into the nearby farmer’s field. Also on the pool was a single Dunlin along with a single Redshank also a single Common Snipe and lastly a single Grey Wagtail. A Sparrowhawk flew thru putting up a few birds.
I decided to finish my day off at Bempton Cliffs where I saw a few Gannets, Tree Sparows, Herring Gulls, Kittiwakes, and Linnets
An ending to a quiet day no migrants for me this time.
Birds at Filey : Black headed Gull, Canada Goose, Greylag Goose, Guillemot, Herring Gull, Kestrel, Lapwing, Merlin, Mute Swan, Oystercatcher, Purple Sandpiper, Red throated Diver, Ringed Plover, Shag, Teal, Tree Sparrow (16)
Birds at East Lea: Blackbird, Black headed Gull, Carrion Crow, Common Gull, Curlew, Dunlin, Grey Heron, Grey Partridge, Grey Wagtail, Greylag Goose, Herring Gull, House Sparrow, Jackdaw, Magpie, Mallard, Redshank, Snipe, Sparrowhawk, Teal (19)
Birds at Bempton Cliffs: Gannet, Herring Gull, Jackdaw, Kittiwake, Linnet, Rock Dove, Stock Dove, Tree Sparrow (8)