September 29th   Leave a comment

Despite the increased number of things turning up in the south-easterlies this week, there hasn’t been much going on at sea. Sea watching has remained fairly quiet, with the only things of note being a steady stream of late fledging young gannets going out of the Forth and a steady stream of red-throated divers going in. We haven’t had a winter with lots of red-throats around Crail for a few years but it looks like we might this year.

One of the many red-throated divers flying past Fife Ness into the Forth this week

Posted September 29, 2017 by wildcrail in Sightings

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