Date Details Sitename
Thursday 16 Jan

Fingringhoe 14:00 to 15:00, Grey, light drizzle and some sunshine
3 Chiffchaff (At least 2 common chiffchaff and 1 Tristis-type at Sewage Farm found by Richard Allen. Not calling.) 1 Grey Wagtail [Sean Nixon]

Tuesday 14 Jan

Fingringhoe 09:00 to 09:15,
1 Chiffchaff (Prob Siberian "tristis" at sewage works from Ferry Lane footpath in first elder on left in compound, pale grey chiffchaff with well marked off white supercilium, no hint of olive green, Simon Patient's photos show chestnut on ear coverts, but didn't call ) [Richard Allen]

Friday 02 Aug

Fingringhoe 12:30 to 14:00, Sunny, approaching high tide
20 Greenshank (The scrape) 3 Spotted Redshank (Intertidal) 1 Spoonbill (Intertidal) [David Dives]

Sunday 17 Mar

Fingringhoe 10:15 to 10:45, Sunny with cloud, strong Westerly
17 Curlew 1 Lapwing 1 Green Sandpiper (all on previously flooded area) 4 Pied Wagtail 10 Teal (five pairs) [Ashley Gooding]

Saturday 23 Feb

Fingringhoe 13:00 to 13:30, Bright
8 Teal (Fingringhoe Quarry) 1 Green Sandpiper (Fingringhoe Quarry) 2 Pied Wagtail (Fingringhoe Quarry) [Andrew Allen]

Saturday 16 Feb

Fingringhoe 11:00 to 12:00, Cloudy
2 Water Pipit (On flooded field opposite the mill) 1 Grey Wagtail 1 Red Kite (Over Colchester ) 15 Curlew 30 Pied Wagtail [Yvonne Watling]

Monday 11 Feb

Fingringhoe 10:15 to 12:00, sunny, 6C, light NW breeze
120 Wigeon 26 Teal 17 Pied Wagtail 1 Grey Wagtail 30 Meadow Pipit (minimum) 2 Water Pipit (all pipits & wagtails on MoD training bog on W side of Rowhedge Rd) [Michael Lane]

Friday 04 Jan

Fingringhoe 01:00 to 02:00, Normal
3 Curlew (Only did the water parts) 30 Grey Plover 2 Golden Plover 2 Turnstone 2 Kingfisher (Close up in Hyde near car park) [Mark Webb]

Thursday 04 Oct

Fingringhoe 14:30 to 17:00, Pleasant.
4 Greenshank (all from Margaret's Hide. Sadly no reported Marsh sandpiper) 12 Ringed Plover 3 Knot 3 Dunlin [David Allen]

Sunday 26 Aug

Fingringhoe 09:30 to 12:00, Cloudy, cool, moderate breeze
2 Spoonbill (From Margaret hide) Osprey (Fishing in Geedon Bay, then on post visible from visitor centre) Buzzard Curlew Turnstone 30 Grey Plover (+ many in full summer plumage) 6 Greenfinch (on feeder near visitor centre) [David Wrycraft]