Tuesday, 22 October 2013

Very few noteworthy birds were seen today, with the southerly winds continuing to halt any movements of migrants over the island. A small selection of new arrivals inland included a Yellow-browed Warbler trapped at Nant, a Reed Warbler at Ty Nesaf, a Water Rail heard calling in the withies, two Lesser Redpolls in Ty-Pellaf Withy, and a Reed Bunting over Ty Pellaf. A single Puffin and one Mediterranean Gull were the highlights from out to sea.

 Reed Warbler
One of the Lesser Redpolls in Cristin Withy

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