|local Herring Gull A7UZ at Splash Point, Seaford. The second gull I looked at.|
|North Thames J1MT at Splash Point, Seaford. The third gull I looked at. The next hundred or so were unexceptional.|
|White Wagtail on the breakwater at Splash Point, Seaford (DC encouraged me to be bold!)|
|Brent Geese passing Seaford the easy way|
|Egyptian Goose with four of its five small goslings|
|drake Garganey north of Charleston Reedbed|
|the female was less obliging|
|Great Grey Shrike opposite Charleston Reedbed|
|it quickly dropped out of sight below the riverbank and did not reappear in the time we were there - presumably having found somewhere more sheltered.|
|gulls roosting on the Adur at low tide|
|Mediterranean Gull on the Adur. Low tide was at dusk and the light was poor.|
Friday 20 March. A Peregrine on Southwick Power Station on my way to work.
Thursday 19 March. A Peregrine on Southwick Power Station on my way to work. A low tide is always welcome on the way home with hundreds of gulls gathering before roosting on the sea. I estimated 700 Common, 500 Herring and 300 Black-headed but could pick nothing out amongst them with my 8x20s.