Tuesday, 10 July 2012

A flock of 21 Crossbills dropped into the Plantation mid-morning, and a Spotted Flycatcher was also seen here. Around the Narrows, a couple of Whimbrels joined the usual selection of waders, whilst a few Common Scoters flew passed at sea.

 Male and female Crossbills
 There are a few young Robins  (upper) scattered around the island's gardens at the moment, and many young Linnets are also around
The Heath Trap was placed on the mountain in the calm conditions overnight, and yielded with two Narrow-winged Pugs (one above). This is the third and fourth record for the island

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