Thursday, 5 July 2012

At high tide in the morning, two different Mediterranean Gulls to yesterday were seen in Solfach, two Common Sandpipers were in Henllwyn and 22 Common Scoters flew past the Narrows. A Black-tailed Godwit remained on the South end from previous days, whilst 16 Swifts overhead and two Siskins were seen at Nant.

 The shy Black-tailed Godwit on the South end was found to be an islandic bird, like the ones seen a couple of days ago
 Two Mediterranean Gulls (one pictured above) were seen in Solfach at high tide along with three Black-headed Gulls and over 100 Herring Gulls
 Sedge Warbler
Most pairs of Stonechats have finished raising either their first or second broods of chicks

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