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).
African Skimmer Cameroon Apr 2018
06 August, 2014
1 Redstart behind the old camp site offered a sign of optimism but was eventually abated, with 2 Wheatear, 17 Willow Warbler, 12 Whitethroat, 5 Blackcap, 4 Chiffchaff, 14 Reed Warbler, c100 Swift, (150 yesterday) 30 House Martin, 10 Skylark, 1 Juv Mistle Thrush, singles of Siskin, Grey Heron Jay, Buzzard, and Kestrel, 1 Common Sandpiper river mouth, 70 Med Gull in the fields, 12 Sandwich and 4 Common Tern on the break water 75 Sanderling, 12 Ringed Plover, 1 Dunlin and a Peregrine on the gas tower.