Monday, 7 December 2009

This is an update for the two weeks after Steve, Emma, Connor, Richard Brown and Richard Else left the Island, (29 of November-12 of December).

29th November- A Grey plover was present in solfach whilst 4 Mediterranean Gulls, 3 Little Gulls and an Arctic Tern were feeding out at sea. There was a Red Throated Diver near Carreg Yr Honwy and a Reed Bunting in the stubble fields with the Linnets.
30th November- There was a Brambling on our feeders and in the feeding flock there was an Arctic Tern, 2 Little Gulls and 2 Mediterranean Gulls.
1st December- A quiet day with 1 Brambling and a Little gull being the highlight.
2nd December- Nothing to report.
3rd December- The Brambling was still present and the Arctic Tern was still out at sea. A Woodcock was flushed in Nant Withy.
4th December- The Brambling was on our feeders and the Arctic Tern was still in the feeding flock.
5th December- Nothing to report.
6th December- 2 Little Gulls and a Blue Tit was the Highlight.
7th December- 2 Little Gulls and a Gannet were out at sea whilst a Brambling and 2 Skylark were inland.
8th December-A very quiet day with 2 Little Gulls being the highlight.
9th December- A Mediterranean Gull and a Little Gull was out at sea, a Great Northern Diver flew over the narrows and a Red Throated Diver was near Carreg Yr Honwy. A Woodcock was also seen.
10th December- A Lapwing was on the beach, a Mediterranean Gull was at sea and there was a Chiff Chaff at Nant.
11th December- A Shelduck was in Solfach and 2 Woodcock were seen at Nant.
12th December- Out at sea 4 Mediterranean Gulls and 2 Little Gulls were seen, a Red Throated Diver was near Carreg Yr Honwy and a Ringed Plover was in Solfach.

Brambling (C) Ben Porter

Lapwing (C) Ben Porter

Reed Bunting (C) Ben Porter

Grey Plover (C) Ben Porter

Mediterranean Gull (C) Ben Porter

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