February 1st   Leave a comment

There has been a short-eared owl along the coastal path between Crail and Anstruther, ranging from the salmon bothy to Caiplie caves, over the last two days. I went out this morning to find it – short-eared owls are surprisingly rare birds around Crail with my last one being several years ago. No luck – a brown looking buzzard launching up from the ground gave me a brief hope. There were a couple of pairs of stonechats on the way back, but the owl still eluded me.

Buzzard

Posted February 1, 2018 by wildcrail in Sightings

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