One of my tour groups was lucky enough to have their visit during the early part of this spell and had an amazing time with Britain's fourth Eastern Crowned Warbler amongst a list of mouth-watering species that also included Arctic and Pallas's Warblers, Red-breasted Flycatcher, Great Grey Shrike, Jack Snipe and many many common migrants. A short trip report for this tour can be found at www.birdwatchingbreaks.com/2011Trip%20Reports/NEW_Yorkshire2016_TripRep.htm .
Of course like many other birders across the country, the opportunity to make the trip to Easington to see Britain's second Siberian Accentor could not be missed and is undeniably the highlight of the whole autumn.
If you fancy joining me on a tour along the Yorkshire coast, then why not get in touch. I can't promise such an amazing spell of birding, but there are always some quality birds on offer. so do drop me a line.
Here are a few photographic highlights from recent weeks.