November 3rd   Leave a comment



We have had a couple of very foggy days and this morning Crail had that special softened, unworldliness that comes with the thick mist. I walked down Marketgate unable to really see anything but I knew things were there by their calls. A robin singing, a grey wagtail chip calling overhead and at Denburn the creaky wheeze of a few brambling. The brambling of last week were overlooked somewhat because there were other things to chase. But now is still a good time to look out for them in Crail. They are very like chaffinches just with patterns of blackish and orange and with a very obvious white rump if you see one fly. They visit garden seed feeders readily, although they tend to do this later in the winter in colder weather.

Posted November 3, 2015 by wildcrail in Sightings

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