January 10th   Leave a comment

There were a lot of common woodland birds to be seen at Cambo this morning. There was little wind so it was easy to hear and so locate the tits and treecreepers up in the sycamores. It was mild enough that there were even great tits starting their spring song – a loud clear “tee-cher, tee-cher….”: they were singing away in Crail too. Down at the Kenly Burn mouth there were the usual flocks of gulls and ducks. I counted about 50 wigeon. I only realised there were so many when a dog walker going over the rocks put everything up.

Pair of wigeon



Posted January 10, 2019 by wildcrail in Sightings

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