Wednesday, 23 November 2011

On a day of overcast skies and an increasingly strong South-westerly wind, very little of any consequence was seen. In the early morning, four Common Scoters flew past with a trickle of Kittiwakes, Black-headed Gulls and Razorbills, the two Brent Geese were in their usual position on the Narrows, and three Woodcocks were flushed along the mountainside. 12 Blackbirds, a Song Thrush, a Redwing, a Blackcap, a Chiffchaff and a couple of Goldfinches were the only passerines worth mentioning inland.

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