Tuesday, 28 July 2015

Coastal South Minileagues June

A wader double act for Ian Pitts was the highlight of an otherwise quiet month in the Coastal South league. Not satisfied with a superb Hudsonian Whimbrel, a fine Terek Sandpiper also paid a visit. Both were enjoyed by many observers, and for Ian they represent a couple of superb patch ticks and a load of points which lift Ian to 8th in the points table.

Meanwhile the long staying Greater Yellowlegs at Titchfield Haven continued to draw admirers, but for Amy Robjohns whose local patch it has chosen to take up residence, it is that little bit more special.

Greater Yellowlegs : Titchfield Haven c/o Amy Robjohns

Despite no additions in the month, Paul Freestone at Gwithian retains the lead in the comparative league. Peter Hazlewood has taken advantage of the opportunity to close the gap, with Nuthatch and Coal Tit being tough patch ticks at Oldbury Power Station.

In the points league, Paul Bowerman bags points for a Storm Petrel and Crossbill at his Severn Beach patch to help consolidate third place behind runaway duo Joe Stockwell and Sean Foote.

No comments:

Post a Comment