Sunday, 23 November 2014

A change of wind direction to the north west did not seem to change a great deal in terms of movements out to sea, although over 2000 Guillemots flew South past the coast in the early morning, in flocks of up to 70. Also out to sea were two Red-throated Divers, a Mediterranean Gull and a Fulmar. A single Merlin inland was seen at various places, as was a female Sparrowhawk. A Water Rail was heard calling in Ty Pellaf Reed Bed, and two Goldcrests were present in the withies.

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