May 8th   Leave a comment

There didn’t seem to be anything new in at Kilminning this morning. The winds are a bit easterly and with a gale and rain showers it seems like something might be blown in. But it wasn’t the best conditions today to find anything. The blackcaps, whitethroats and now many more sedge warblers were making the best of it and singing at least. Sea watching looked like it had potential with many things being blown in close to the shore but apart from a single arctic tern passing Crail, it was all just the species currently breeding on the Forth islands. I will keep my fingers crossed for tomorrow when I will be checking out any flooded field edges and the pool at West Quarry Braes for waders brought down by the storm.

Sedge warbler – most of the usual territories seem occupied now (JA)

Posted May 8, 2021 by wildcrail in Sightings

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