May 9th   Leave a comment

Kilrenny is a beautiful place for a walk on a spring evening. No wryneck, but lots of birds singing, tree sparrows dashing about, swallows hawking low, and sedge warblers and reed buntings standing out in contrast against the bright yellow of their rape top song perches. On the way back to Crail a couple of sand martins – they may be nesting in one of the sandy cliffs around Caiplie this year.

Reed Bunting

Posted May 9, 2017 by wildcrail in Sightings

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