Thursday, 19 July 2012

The only obvious arrivals of another fairly quiet day were 18 young Willow Warblers that were scattered throughout the gardens, being most numerous at Nant. Singles of Buzzard and Kestrel flying overhead were the only other sightings of any note.

 A new brood of Swallows fledged at Cristin, and the adult birds were busy flying back and forth to feed them
 The many Linnets on the island at the moment are amongst some of the finches that are making use of the thistle heads
 Early Thorn
A few Pyrausta despicata have been seen around the coast during the day

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