November 10th   Leave a comment

Further south easterlies and rain overnight yesterday haven’t made much difference. Everything was much as it was on Thursday this morning, except all the snipes and woodcocks have moved away, probably further inland. There were still a lot of goldcrests and some redwings about. At sea from Fife Ness I had a black-throated diver, a few red-throated divers and three distant adult little gulls passing south; there were guillemots and razorbills passing in reasonable numbers, also heading mostly south. Even further out were very large groups of kittiwakes and I suspect there were other more interesting things among them lost to the horizon.

Goldcrest – they really do have goldcrests if you get a good view from above

Posted November 10, 2018 by wildcrail in Sightings

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