Country Park Walk

A gloomy walk through the Country Park from Fairlight to Hastings this morning, but not as cold as yesterday.

Of some note was an obvious influx of Song Thrushes at the eastern end, with about 25 on the clifftops at Firehills or in Brakey Bank. Otherwise bird interest was limited, as so often in winter, with just 90 odd Linnets in the bird crop fields, several groups of Great crested Grebes on the sea and Fulmars wheeling round the cliffs at East Hill.

A quick look at the harbour revealed no unusual gulls [3 Lesser Black Backs yesterday], but Andrew Grace had just seen c10 Pintail flying past and quite a few auks.

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