Weston records for 2022.

19th January
Brean Down: Black Redstart, 2 Pintail, 1 Ring Ouzel

Ring Ouzel
Ring Ouzel

15th January
River Axe: 1 Great White Egret, 1 Goosander

14th January
Woodspring Bay: 13 Avocet
Yeo Estuary: 3 Pochard, 4 Tufted Duck, 5 Gadwall, 1 Barn Owl, 1 Little Owl, 2 Egyptian Geese, Grey and Red-legged Partridge (P.Gregory)

Sand Bay: 1 Jack Snipe

13th January
Middle Hope: 2 Greylag Geese west, 30 Meadow Pipit, 3 Stonechat, 1 Chiffchaff

Brean: 1 Ring Ouzel in fields by NT car park (A.Slade)

Worle: 1 Yellow-browed Warbler (D.Reaves)

12th January
Anchor Head: 46 Common Gull up river, 580 Dunlin down river
Sand Point: 1 Siskin north

7th January
Sand Point: 1 Shag flew in/off and landed along north side of the point briefly and then flew up river later returning heading out towards Steep Holm
Woodspring Bay: 1 female Common Scoter with Teal and Wigeon.

6th January
Sand Point: 1,500 Dunlin mid channel, 13 Grey Plover down
Woodspring Bay: 17 Avocet

Avocet
Avocets in Woodspring Bay

5th January
Brean Down: 9 Herald and a Bloxworth Snout hibernating at the Fort

Bloxworth Snout
Bloxworth Snout

Weston Airfield per Avon Bird Blog: 1f Marsh Harrier, 3 Penduline Tit, 2 Kingfisher

4th January
Weston Airfield per Avon Bird Blog: 3 Penduline Tit, 2 Bearded Tit, 1 Little Grebe

3rd January
Weston Airfield per Avon Bird Blog: 1 Water Pipit, 3 Penduline Tit, 2 Bearded Tit

2nd January
Weston Airfield per Avon Bird Blog: 3 Penduline Tit, 4 Bearded Tit

1st January
Weston Airfield per Avon Bird Blog: 1 Little Gull, 1 Pintail, 3 Penduline Tit, 1 Bearded Tit

Penduline Tit
Penduline Tit