Hayle Estuary

Hayle Estuary

Hayle Estuary
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  • A Mediterranean winter at Hayle

    The Lesser Yellowlegs mentioned recently which turned up at Copperhouse Creek 22 nd October is still here so let’s hope it stays on to overwinter. On the subject of winter, our wader and wildfowl numbers are increasing as expected as the days draw...
  • Thank goodness for hurricanes...

    ...at least as far as birdwatchers are concerned! The one this week, “Hurricane Gonzalo” brought a North American Lesser Yellowlegs to our Hayle Estuary nature reserve on Tuesday – and a busload of admirers, some of whom were still there...
  • Lost! A telescope and tripod in the Eric Grace Memorial Hide

    Mark left his telescope (within a green skua case) & black tripod in the Hide at Ryans Field on Saturday 18th October in the late afternoon. Please if anyone found it contact the RSPB on 01736 360624
  • Seven swans are swimming...well okay just six at Hayle Estuary this week.

    These six beauties arrived at Hayle mid-morning on 14 th October and after a short feed, promptly fell asleep. Having just flown in from Iceland and having already undertaken a circuit of west Cornwall (they were seen flying SE out to sea at Marazion...
  • Clouds of terns

    The 29 th August won’t be forgotten in a hurry! Local birders were treated to an unprecedented arrival of terns involving all 6 of the regular British species! Quite how many there were is open to question but the estuary “had clouds of them”...
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