Tuesday, 10 April 2012

It was once again a very quiet day for early April, with just a scattering of migrants seen across the island. Three Common Scoters flew past the coast along with 34 Manx Shearwaters in the morning, whilst five Swallows and a House Martin flew overhead. Seven Wheatears were seen around the coast, a single Redwing was seen in the withies and a small number of warblers were scattered all over.

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