Hastings to Bexhill

A brief watch from Rock-a-Nore early this morning suggested dwindling numbers of seabirds, with only about 10 each of auks and Red Throated Divers past, and a few Gannets and Kittiwakes. Later I walked along to Bexhill in spring-like weather, recording an increased 224 Turnstones, and again a Purple Sandpiper just east of the Glyne Gap cafe. I saw no seabirds at all, but of interest was the very large number of hatched Common Whelk egg cases strewn all along the strand -line.

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