October 30th   Leave a comment

Today was much quieter compared to mid-week. It started well with a flock of 12 or so snow buntings passing Crail, a little way out to sea, heading towards Fife Ness. But at Balcomie and Fife Ness it was only the occasional woodcock that livened things up. There are still lots of blackbirds, fieldfares and redwings about, and I saw at least 4 chiff-chaffs but it was not as frantic as Wednesday. Everything seems a bit more relaxed and settled in as if thinking about staying for the winter.

A snow bunting that John photographed yesterday at Balcomie - seems there may be a few about Crail just now

A snow bunting that John photographed yesterday at Balcomie – seems there may be a few about Crail just now

Posted October 30, 2015 by wildcrail in Sightings

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