Monday, 15 October 2012

Despite the clear skies and light winds, it was a fairly quiet day bird-wise. A Jack Snipe was seen in the Ty-Pellaf Wetlands in the morning, a Lapwing flew over the Narrows, a male Ring Ouzel was seen on the mountainside, 20 House Martins and 40 Swallows flew overhead, and a Coal Tit was seen on Pencristin. A Great Skua, three Arctic Skua and three Mediterranean Gulls flew past at sea.

The Ring Ouzel was a stunning male

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