August 18th   Leave a comment

Some encouraging east winds over the last few days. But the haar that came in with them was easier to spot than any birds that might have been blown in today. I could only find some willow warblers at Kilminning and a wheatear at Saucehope this lunchtime and I suspect they have been here all along. Again, an east wind without rain showers is a damp squib. There were roe deer to see at least; there seems to be mothers with a well grown fawns popping up everywhere. Some of this must be because the fields are getting harvested and the fawns are now big enough to run out of trouble rather than hiding.

Roe deer - mother and fawn

Roe deer – mother and fawn

Posted August 19, 2016 by wildcrail in Sightings

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