September 3rd   Leave a comment

Sooty shearwater

Sooty shearwater

The cold northerly wind continued today. All the swallows in Crail seemed to be congregated in the lee of the beech and sycamores in Beech Walk Park this morning, including a single swift, looking very out of place on such an autumnal day. At sea there was still a steady stream of seabirds passing with a great skua past Crail every ten minutes or so and my first sooty shearwater of the season powering past in the evening.

Posted September 3, 2015 by wildcrail in Sightings

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