Thursday, November 23rd, 2017
A largely sunny day with increasingly strong south-west winds. During the seawatch, a Great Northern Diver flew south; presumably the same individual had earlier flown south past Bempton Cliffs RSPB. Low numbers of Starlings, thrushes and finches were also observed flying in off the sea, including 17 Fieldfares. Elsewhere, a Water Rail remained in residence at Thornwick Pools, 16 Curlew frequented Cattlemere, a Blackcap was in bushes near the Lighthouse and three Corn Buntings were nearby.