November 22nd   Leave a comment

The sea has been really rough the last couple of days – it settled down a bit today but yesterday the waves were meters high crashing into Crail on the south easterly wind. The nearly full moon last night added to the drama, with lots of pink-footed geese passing over to feed in the moonlit fields between Crail and St Andrews.

A shag and the rough sea yesterday – you can see the colour ring on this bird showing it is a May Island breeder

Posted November 22, 2018 by wildcrail in Sightings

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