May 27th   Leave a comment

The haar was with us for most of the morning. At one point it was hovering just over the beach, drifting in and out of Crail in a teasing way. One half of Crail was in beautiful sunshine and hot and the other was cold and grey. The haar then rolled out further and further to sea for the rest of the day. The change in temperature was spectacular – up eight degrees in as many minutes. This will have made the swifts happy at last. This evening I counted 34 over the south of Crail tonight, looking relaxed and engaging in a good bit of screaming and chasing. Good foraging over the last few days of great weather will have finally got their breeding season started.

The haar just about to engulf Crail again this morning

Posted May 27, 2012 by wildcrail in Sightings

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