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23 May 2017 Kites over Steyning

At about 12.30 a thermal of 12 red kites over Steyning as seen from Miou's garden while children-minding. After a while they peeled off, mostly going S.

Posted on 23 May 2017 by Alan Kitson and Miou Helps
25 May 2017 Chichester RSPB   more...

Chichester RSPB local group. Thursday 25th May 2017. ‘A Good Turn for the Solent’ a talk by Tim Callaway Time: 7.30pm at the The Pallant Suite, 7 South Pallant Chichester, PO19 1SY. Price: £2.50 members, non-members welcome £3.50. Call 07813 707999 for details.

Posted on 23 May 2017 by Di Grosvenor
23 May 2017 Red Kites   more...

A group of 6 Red Kites sharing a thermal over Hollingbury, Brighton at 12pm today before drifting off heading east over the Hillfort.

Posted on 23 May 2017 by Philip Thompson
22 May 2017 Beachy Head and Crowlink   more...

Wandered around Whitbread Hollow, Beachy Head. Lots of Whitethroats singing away and occasional Stonechat sighting. Two massive Red Kites drifted from the north and headed west before returning to circle the hollow and glide away towards Eastbourne. Stopped at Crowlink and walked to the cliffs. Three Ravens towards the cliff along with a dozen Oystercatchers on the rocks below. On walk back to car park at Friston Pond a Hobby darted low across the ground from west to east and disappeared toward East Dean.

Posted on 23 May 2017 by Nigel Patching
22 May 2017 Rye Harbour Nature Reserve

A Spoonbill has been around for a few days, but is elusive - seen last evening in pool north of Ternery Pool. But even if you miss that there's so much to see at the moment and the terns are at last catching lots of Sandeels. BUT no Yellow Wagtail or Turtle Dove and the Lapwing have been struggling with the very dry ground (= no worms), but it may have rained enough just in time for a late nesting flurry with lots of tumbling, peewitting display yesterday...

Posted on 23 May 2017 by Barry Yates
21 May 2017 Two Buzzards & Skylark, Climping   more...

Climping, on the north side of the A259. Two Buzzards flying low over the houses on Sunday and a Skylark and about 20 House Martins on Monday.

Posted on 22 May 2017 by M Hortin
22 May 2017 Leucistic Starling

Among the hordes of Starlings coming to food in our Bishopstone garden is one juvenile bird that at first looked all white. When seen well it is actually very pale cream with a dark eye. Although a juvenile(still being fed by a normal coloured adult along with two normal coloured siblings). it has an a bright all yellow bill and pink legs!

Posted on 22 May 2017 by Peter Wilson
22 May 2017 Turtle dove at Compton   more...

Not sure whether this qualifies for Sussex it may be just in Hampshire. A Turtle dove was perched on an electricity pole in the fields between Compton village and Uppark house calling clearly. A most welcome sound I'd almost forgotten.

Posted on 22 May 2017 by Tony Hill
22 May 2017 Two mornings at Splash Point

Accumulated records from several observers. Sunday 21st (John King, Nick Pope, Neil Greenaway, DG): Gannet 30, Gadwall 1, Common Scoter 126, Sanderling 8, Pomarine Skua 1@07.10, Arctic Skua 2 (1d, 1p) @07.29, Sandwich Tern 3. Monday 22nd (Matt Eade, Nick Pope, Neil Greenaway, DG) Gannet 21, Common Scoter 364, Velvet Scoter 3, Shelduck 6, Oystercatcher 3, Sanderling 30, Turnstone 3, Sandwich Tern 3, Common Tern 1, Commic Tern 5, auk sp. 3. In two and a half hours on both days.

Posted on 22 May 2017 by Dick Gilmore
22 May 2017 Arlington Reservoir

11.00 to 14.00 Raptors were some eight buzzards, two or three red kites (two drifted SE early on and one over the water later), single kestrel, peregrine and hobby (latter was airborne for quite a while evidently catching inverts). I looked and listened for turtle dove, garden warbler and grey wagtail but found none. A willow warbler was singing still in NW corner.

Posted on 22 May 2017 by Alan Kitson
22 May 2017 Hastings Country Park   more...

A red-rumped swallow flew through at 09.45. Seen approaching in a leisurely fashion over the field from the west it passed over the top pond and went eastwards towards Fairlight.

Posted on 22 May 2017 by Andrew Grace
22 May 2017 Honey-buzzard, Long Furlong

A rather dark Honey-buzzard watched circling up over Patching church at 11:10 then gaining height and drifting north up the Long Furlong with a Red Kite for company. 

Posted on 22 May 2017 by Ads Bowley
22 May 2017 Red-legged Partridges

Over the last two years we have had periodic bursts of Red-legged Partridge activity in Fairways Road (South-east, residential Seaford) - up to five birds at a time running up and down the road and in the front gardens of the houses/bungalows. This morning one was sitting on roof-ridge of the house opposite us, once or twice in the past I have seen them do this early morning calling loudly. We are only a very few minutes walk from the edge of acres of farmland (there is no game shooting on the land), and it does seem somewhat strange that they chose to hang-out in bungalow-ville rather than the National Park.

Posted on 22 May 2017 by Peter Martin
21 May 2017 Around Arundel

A visit to the Wetland Centre proved productive when a female Honey Buzzard appeared just after 3pm and was mobbed by two of the local Buzzards, finally heading north after about 10 minutes. An evening walk to Rewell Wood yielded at least 2 Nightjars (active from 9.10pm), a roding Woodcock at 9.20pm, 2 Nightingales and Tawny Owl.

Posted on 21 May 2017 by Martin Daniel
21 May 2017 Pintail   more...

Pintail drake on pond on Lewes Levels, also cuckoo heard.

Posted on 21 May 2017 by Ben Inman
19 May 2017 Downland birds

A delightful walk between Amberley and Washington...heavy rain to the north, glorious sunshine to the south...we were treated to skylarks, yellowhammers, whitethroats and several corn buntings too which was marvellous!

Posted on 21 May 2017 by Paul Woodfield
20 May 2017 Pulborough to Arundel   more...

At Pulborough Brooks 2 pairs of Redshanks at West Mead and a Nightingale singing intermittently at Fattengates. On the way to Waltham Brooks a Treecreeper calling loudly surprised me. At Coldwaltham Sewage Works 2 Willow Warblers and a pair of Grey Wagtails, one of which was carrying food. On Waltham Brooks 3 Cetti's Warblers, 2 male/1 female Stonechat, and 3 male Gadwall. At Greatham Bridge another pair of Grey Wagtails, both carrying food. At Amberley Wild Brooks 2 Willow Warblers, a pair of Stonechats, and 1 Cetti's Warbler. At The Burgh a Red Kite and Kestrel. Over South Stoke a Raven carrying food/nest material. South of the Gurkha Bridge a Nightingale singing intermittently, a Cetti's Warbler, and another Treecreeper calling. On the Arun a male Mandarin Duck. Finally from the Black Rabbit beer garden a Barn Owl hunting over the sheep fields and ditches.

Posted on 21 May 2017 by Adrian West
21 May 2017 Ashdown

Pleased to find 4 Common Redstarts including a breeding pair well away from the usual areas. Also my first Spotted Flycatcher of the year, always a pleasure to see.

Posted on 21 May 2017 by Alastair Gray
21 May 2017 Turtle dove/s

One, possibly two, turtle doves heard purring in quiet scrubby area of Abbots Wood.

Posted on 21 May 2017 by Jenny pellett
10 May 2017 Red Kite at Cripps Corner   more...

Sorry, forgot to post a sighting of Red Kite drifting over Cripps Corner (on B2089) at 1.40pm on 10th.

Posted on 21 May 2017 by Keith Palmer
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