February 19th   Leave a comment

Lesser celandine flowering at Fife Ness

Lesser celandine flowering at Fife Ness

It has practically been a spring weekend. The great tits, song thrushes and blackbirds have been singing their heads off; insects were out and about and the lesser celandines are flowering even out on the exposed bits of Fife Ness. I had a black-throated diver flying past at Kilminning on Saturday making 100 for the Crail year list; 11 goldeneyes in Roome Bay was another highlight, but otherwise February continues fairly quietly, the calm before things start to get much busier next month.

Black-throated diver - no. 100 for the Crail year list

Black-throated diver – no. 100 for the Crail year list

Posted February 19, 2017 by wildcrail in Sightings

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