Saturday, 3 September 2016


The highlight from this morning was a juvenile Osprey that Will and I picked up circling over the lower estuary at 09:15 having sent the gulls and waders roosting at Flow Point into panic. It remained on view for about ten minutes, at one point flying up and performing an aborted dive right in front of us. It then gained height and flew off NW over farmland. This is possibly the same bird that Kev saw over Teignmouth yesterday.

A distant flock of c.20 small waders contained approximately half each of Dunlin and Ringed Plover, and a Turnstone and a Common Sandpiper were at Flow Point.


  1. The Osprey over Teignmouth yesterday was also a juv so presumably the same bird.

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