Monday, 2 August 2010

The first Arctic Skua of the autumn, a juvenile flying by the South End, was the most notable sighting of another quiet day. A Garden Warbler and a Blackcap were found in the gardens around Nant and 26 Willow Warblers were still scattered around the island. A Lapwing was on the South End, the Kestrel and Grey Heron remained, a single Swift flew north and seven Common Sandpipers were around the coast. 

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