October 3rd   Leave a comment

The pink-footed geese were still coming in all day. The May Island had a record 3,500 past heading south. I saw a few of them pushing past Crail first thing in the morning and then at dusk coming high over Cellardyke heading to the Lothians. Below them there were hundreds of herring gulls drifting down from the fields to roost on our side of the Forth in the gathering gloom.

It’s pink-footed goose time again

Posted October 3, 2017 by wildcrail in Sightings

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