April 15th   Leave a comment

Today was surprisingly cold when you were out in the north-east wind. Especially after spending some time in a sheltered corner like Roome Bay. The summer migrants seem understandably reluctant to come back despite the warm weather a couple of weeks ago. I did see another swallow today over the field closest to Pinkerton and sandwich terns were passing Crail all day.

One of this weekend's sandwich terns pausing to refuel before continuing on its way north from west Africa

Posted April 16, 2012 by wildcrail in Sightings

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