The Climping Gap remains one of the last undeveloped sites along the coast in West Sussex.
This site is dedicated to Birds seen in and around the Climping Gap area by myself and a few die hard friends, that live in the area and have been birding the local patch for decades.
(Please email your sighting's to firstname.lastname@example.org or Tweet to @BirdsofClimping).
Yellow-rumped Warbler Florida Nov 2017
10 November, 2010
Nice sunny cold morning was spent walking around the golf course which was partly closed because of the flooding, produced singles of the following, Short E Owl, Dartford Warbler, Kingfisher, Fieldfare, Water Rail, Stonechat, Lapwing, Jay, and Grey Heron. Other birds of note included 6 Brent Geese, 4 Grey Partridge, 3 Redpoll, 12 Siskin, 3 Golcrest and at least 1000 Wood Piegeons moving nw.
Also in the patch today 3 Firecrest, 1 Chiffchaff, 6 Goldcrest, 1 Brent Goose and 1 Redshank at Climping.