Wednesday, 26 August 2020

Worthing, Crawley and Brooklands Park

I gave seawatching a chance off the end of my road early morning. Five Sand Martins over the waves, two Grey Plovers, six Ringed Plovers, two Dunlin, two juvenile Mediterranean Gulls, three Gannets and five Sandwich Terns were the highlights... Later, a Kestrel was unusual over the Broadwater roundabout and a Peregrine was on Manor Lea.

In Crawley, the gardens at World of Water had a Siskin and a Grey Wagtail.

In the evening, I visited Brooklands Park where a juvenile Yellow-legged Gull was showing well and the lake also had singles of Little Grebe and Grey Heron.