Today,14/05/17, I made my second visit to zolina and I soon detected a few waders in th tiny West island (with no water becomes a Peninsula...).
I headed to the shore to observe the group from a better distance and I counted seven Ringed plovers and a solitary Dunlin.
The prenuptial season is fading and poor numbers till the moment at the area, as an example :
- Zero Avocets
- Zero Knots
- Zero Turnstones
- Zero Spotted redshank
- Zero Kentish plover
- Zero Curlews
- Zero Bar tailed godwit
- Zero Curlew sandpiper
- One litte stint!!
I hope things change a little in the forthcoming days .......will see!
|Small group cleanning their feathers.|
I saw also a Little ringed plover and a Redshank .