April 9th   Leave a comment

Spring female wheatear

A cycle through the farms of Sypsies, Troustie, and Third Part (i.e. all the farms two fields north of the Crail to Anstruther road) turned up quite a few corn buntings today. More systematic counts will follow in May but at the moment it is looking good. I came back along the coastal path. Another swallow hawking over the sheep flock down at Caiplie caves and a female wheatear – the first of the year – on a wall just as I got back to Crail.

Posted April 10, 2017 by wildcrail in Sightings

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