Monday, 26 August 2013

There were somewhat fewer migrants on, and moving through, the island today, considering the amount of scarcities turning up on the East coast of the UK!
A single Whinchat was seen near Schoolhouse, a Pied Flycatcher was seen in Plas Withy, two Spotted Flycatchers and a Blackcap were present between Cristin and Nant, and 10 White Wagtails were seen over the Narrows.
A Golden Plover flew over the Narrows in the morning, where two Whimbrels and two Common Sandpipers were also seen.

Whimbrel (and Rock Pipit)
Spotted Flycatcher
This Gold Spot was trapped near Carreg Reed Bed...
...along with three Brown-veined Wainscots- male and female moths pictured here

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