Semi-rare Birds at Baron’s Haugh


Over the years, unexpected birds have turned up. Species usually not classified as rare, such as Kittiwake and Gannet have appeared as total surprises. These with other migrants, overshoots or just vagrants make up this list. It will certainly be added to - and the magic is that it can happen any day and to anyone!

Red-throated Diver

Black-necked Grebe

Fulmar

Leach’s Petrel

Gannet

Night Heron

Little Egret

Spoonbill

Bewick’s Swan

Green-winged Teal

American Wigeon

Marsh Harrier

Quail

Hobby

Osprey

Spotted Crake

Grey Plover

Bar-tailed Godwit

Whimbrel

Pomarine Skua

Little Gull

Yellow legged Gull

Kittiwake

Black Tern

White-winged Tern

Guillemot

Black Redstart

Ring Ouzel

Red-backed Shrike

Great Grey Shrike

Little ringed Plover

Alpine Swift

 Sandwich Tern

Garganey

Pectoral Sandpiper

Corncrake 

Slavonian Grebe

Temminck’s Stint

Spotted Sandpiper

Knot

 Great White Egret

 Long-billed Dowitcher

 Yellow-browed Warbler

 Manx Shearwater

Escapees

Golden Pheasant

Rose-ringed Parakeet

Chiloe Wigeon

Ringed Teal

Muscovy Duck

Falcated Duck

Magellan Goose

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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