February 8th   Leave a comment

More rough seas in the south-easterlies today. There was a steady stream of guillemots flying past Crail close in with the occasional red-throated diver. All heading out of the Forth – the wind will be blowing them in and then any trying to go north will be pushed against the Crail coast as they head towards Fife Ness. I wish I had been able to spend longer than just the 10 minutes I had to seawatch at mid-day. Just perfect conditions for a great northern diver or two to lumber past.

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A shag 

Posted February 8, 2017 by wildcrail in Sightings

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