May 12th   Leave a comment

Sedge warbler

Sedge warbler

At last a sedge warbler singing at the patch on fife Ness and a couple of whitethroats as well. Perhaps they were there yesterday but not singing. One thing that is characterising all the migrants this year so far is that they are barely singing. I think this must be because of the cold weather. Today was more like the 12th of April with its cold wind. The arctic terns had moved on apart from a pair much closer in, perhaps local, Isle of May birds.

Posted May 12, 2013 by wildcrail in Sightings

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