October 1st   Leave a comment

There was a yellow-browed warbler found, at last, out at Kilminning this lunchtime. It was fairly elusive, haunting the tops of the same sycamores the wood warbler was in two weeks ago. Luckily every so often it would give a burst of calls making it obvious. It was another glorious day with the temperature up to 18 degrees mid-afternoon. The sky was full of buzzards: every individual around Crail must have been out soaring together in the thermals over the airfield. But a strong heat haze made it impossible to see anything out at sea. I think the little gulls are still there but all I could see were white shimmery dots today.

A buzzard calling in the sunshine today

A buzzard calling in the sunshine today

Posted October 1, 2015 by wildcrail in Sightings

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