Saturday, 20 September 2014

There was a large change in terms of the weather, and clear skies overnight meant that there was a massive exodus of the migrants which had made landfall yesterday. A movement of 356 Swallows and nine House Martins took place in the morning, whilst a single Whinchat was seen near the Schoolhouse. In terms of non-passerines, six Wigeons were seen off the island's coast, along with 13 Common Scoters, and singles of Kestrel and Sparrowhawk were seen inland.

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