Friday, 1 March 2013

28th February to 1st March

It was a very quiet end to February, with hardly anything to report on the 28th. A single Common Scoter and two Gannets flew past the Narrows in the morning, two Siskins were seen at Ty Pellaf and a Woodcock was present in the Plantation in the late afternoon. It was also a very quiet beginning to March, although the Firecrest was seen, whilst seven Linnets were new arrivals, and four Snipe were flushed from the wetlands.

 Peregrine Falcon
 The Oystercatcher flock around the Narrows has now split up, as pairs return to their breeding sites
The first moth trap of the year was set outside Ty Pellaf on the 28th, and yielded an Early Grey (above)

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