A quick walk round Hayle RSBP site revealed nothing of great interest on Ryans Field ( at least that my small lens could pick up), just caught this distant shot of a Bullfinch on a nearby budlia, thats another first for me 😉
Crossing the road revealed some shelducks, and a couple of black tailed Godwits, at least I think they're Godwits based on the long straight beak.
Later on in the day, went down to Longrock beach, near Penzance. It was low tide, and other than gulls not a lot around, then in the distance we saw a pair of Goosanders heading out to sea. Ive seen just one Goosander before, and that was at Hayle Estuary last year.
Last Sunday we had a walk out to Levant Tin mine on the north west coast. The national trust have a car park, and it's a nice ( if blustery in January) walk along the coast. Other than a few gulls and some gannets in the distance there wasn't must out in the way of birds. On the way back to the car a Kestrel took great delight in taunting us to come closer for a picture, then swooping down the coast. Nevertheless we managed some great photos :-