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 NewsMap Lite - Rare and scarce birds in the British Isles today - from Rare Bird Alert

Welcome to Rare Bird Alert's birdnews map for BirdForum. Click on the symbols on the map to find the basic details on the latest breaking rare and scarce birdnews for Britain and Ireland.  To see the full details of each sighting you need to use the subscriber only "NewsMap". Know about something not yet reported today? Have an update? Please contribute your own sightings - full details of how to do that here

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  Most recent RBA news as at 06:54 (Includes local news not shown on NewsMap Lite)
Below is the actual text of the 3 most recent messages to RBA subscribers. For how to access all messages: click here
 
  Yesterday at 22:55   N'berland Glaucous Gull juv still this evng 10mls NNE of Alnwick just south of Low Newton-by-the-Sea on scrape north of Newton Pool (+1s.Little Gull still). Keep to footpath NU.241.243  
 
  Yesterday at 22:54   E.Yorks 1,060.Little Gulls Hornsea Mere at 9.40pm  
 
  Yesterday at 22:54   Herefords Honey Buzzard reported Wigmore Rolls flew over A4110 this a'noon SO.406.704  
  News summary for yesterday  
  RBA subscribers click here for more daily summaries complete with weather charts
  The highlight of the day was a Terek Sandpiper in Northumberland, present briefly at Low Newton-by-the-Sea. Elsewhere, a White-rumped Sandpiper arrived in East Yorkshire at Kilnsea, and a Red-footed Falcon flew over Colaton Raleigh, Devon.

Lingering rarities confirmed as still present were the Hudsonian Whimbrel in West Sussex, Greater Yellowlegs in Hampshire, Little Bittern in South Yorkshire, Franklin's Gull in County Londonderry, and Bonaparte's Gull in Kent.

Scarcities included White-winged Black Tern (Lancashire), Melodious Warbler (West Midlands), American Wigeon (South Yorkshire), Night Heron and Purple Heron (together in Somerset), and Red-backed Shrike (Orkney Isles).
Chris Batty, RBA