August 19th   2 comments

The rain is here at last and we still have easterly winds. It feels like Christmas eve. Tomorrow might be great. There are already a lot of pied flycatchers and an icterine warbler on the May Island. I only managed some sea watching through the rain this evening but the visibility was poor as it has been all week. There should be some skuas and shearwaters coming by tomorrow as well and maybe even a black tern. Fingers crossed.

Dunlin on their way south

Dunlin on their way south

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Posted August 19, 2016 by wildcrail in Sightings

2 responses to “August 19th

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  1. You appear to have gone back in time on the last two posts, Will.

    Barry Farquharson

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