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This page was updated at 08:49 on 10Oct2018

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There was a flock of around 275 Brent geese in Portsmouth Harbour on 9th. (G Wilkerson)

 

Three black-necked grebes were seen off the Hayling oyster beds on 8th. (IR Hainsworth)

 

 

 

Ospreys are still around with sightings on the Stansted Brickkiln Pond on 30th September, on North Binnes Island in Langstone Harbour on 9th and Thorney Island on 8th.

 

A female marsh harrier  was on the east side of Thorney Island on 8th. (MA Litjens)

 

There were 85 turnstones were roosting at high tide on pontoons off Wicor (Portchester)  (G Wilkerson)

 

 

Ten spotted redshanks were seen on Thorney Island on 8th.

 

There was a golden plover on Thorney Island on 8th and 3 on Farlington Marshes on 9th.

 

A jack snipe was at the back of lake at Farlington Marshes on 9th.  (O Crabbe)

 

 

A short-eared owl flew in from Langstone harbour and settled in field just west of point field at Farlington Marshes on 8th.(K Brookes)

 

 

Yellow-browed warblers were seen at Sandy Point Hayling on 8th, Hayling Island, Sinah Warren  and Titchfield Haven Canal Path on 9th.

 

The Dartford warbler that has been by the chalets at Titchfield Haven was still there on 9th as was  a black redstart.  (MA Litjens)

 

 

 

at least 5 siskins were landing in trees on the Titchfield Haven Canal Path  just south of Posbrook. SU538043. (A Robjohns)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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