Sunday, 5 December 2010

Heavy showers moved through throughout the day on what was, all in all fairly uneventful bird wise. The main highlights of the day included: a Snow Bunting on the Narrows, a Grey Plover in Solfach and a couple Stock Doves. The only other birds that braved the heavy showers were the usual waders, now twenty two Lapwings, a Golden Plover, three Ringed Plovers and three Dunlins. The Firecrest was again in Plas Withie whilst a Woodcock was flushed up from the heath.

A few feeding flocks of Black headed Gulls formed along the coast.
 The ringed Firecrest continues to feed in Plas withie. Pictures (c) Ben Porter

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