(the Portuguese ringed Dunlin with it's new colour rings)
Given the current number of re-sightings of our colour ringed Dunlin, I'm hopeful that we will soon have some reports of these birds as they continue to head south for the winter.
As well as the Dunlin, there were a few other species using the area as a migration stop off point. Other bids trapped and ringed were 1 Skylark, 1 Common Sandpiper, 8 Sanderling, 26 Turnstone, 17 Ringed Plover and 14 Knot.
(One of the Knots that was trapped and ringed - all were Juveniles)