Sunday, 20 May 2012

A very quiet day

 A damp start to the day at Galloways where the only birds of note were a family of Stonechats and a Red-legged Partridge.
At sea from The Point the local Common Terns and Gannets tooing and froing and 2 Harbour Porpoises. On the land the resident Common Whitethroats, Northern Wheatears and Linnets, the only new migrant was a Willow Warbler in the lighthouse garden.
The Desert was devoid of birds and the trapping area held just the residents.
At the ARC Pit 5+ Hobby's and little else of note.
Huskies providing some entertainment

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