Sully coast and moors

A ‘high’ high tide (11.3m) this morning in calm sea conditions left a fairly narrow strip of beach along the coast and on Sully Island. Waders present were 17 Curlew, 3 Grey Plover, 24 Ringed Plover, 7 Dunlin, 26 Turnstone and 93 Oystercatcher, and there were also 16 Shelduck on Sully Island.

On Sully Moors/Cog Moors the highlight was a flock of 29 Lapwing, with 7 Shoveler, a Little Egret and over 200 Black-headed Gulls also present.

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