Tuesday, 7 June 2011

With a chilly wind persisting from the west throughout the day, there was little change bird-wise. At high tide, five Ring Plovers, four Dunlins, five Curlews and a Turnstone were around the narrows, whilst four House Martins flew over. A Spotted Flycatcher and two male Blackcaps were still present at Nant, and the Buzzard and Kestrel were again hunting over the mountain.


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