Spurn birding

As many of my blog followers will know, Spurn is an absolute favourite place of mine to go birding. It's about 3 1/4 hours from home to reach the peninsula but a trip rarely disappoints. I first saw Spurn on a feature on Springwatch and it seemed many miles away but now it's part of every year. I thought I'd just detail the lifers I have recorded at this very special place. For me, Spurn is friendly and open with everyone helping each other with as many great birds as possible. 

Masked Shrike (September 2014) Not a bad way to start

                              Red-breasted Flycatcher (September 2014)
                                    Barred Warbler
(September 2014)
Olive-back Pipit (September 2014)
Sooty Shearwater (September 2014)
                             Black Stork on Sunk Island (September 2015)
                                  Red-backed Shrike (September 2015)
                                    Siberian Accentor (October 2016)

Caspain Stonechat (October 2016)
Isabelline Wheatear (October 2016)
White-rumped Sandpiper (July 2017)
Greater Sand Plover (July 2018)
Icterine Warbler (August 2020)
Collared Flycatcher/ Apparent Pied (August 2020)
Long-tailed Skua (August 2020)
Western Bonelli's Warbler (October 2020)
Red-flanked Bluetail (October 2020)

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