Sunday, 14 June 2015

A fantastic day's birding saw the male CRETZSCHMAR'S BUNTING reappear in the early morning, singing around the walls of the Lighthouse compound on the South End. A total of six boat loads of birders were ferried on by Colin Evans, and all very happily connected with the bird, as it showed on and off throughout the day. It was feeding in some areas of rough ground around the compound, but would periodically hide in the long grass out of view. It was last seen at about 1900 in the same place, and efforts to relocate the bird will start at 0500 tomorrow morning...


Boats dep. from Porth Meudwy (LL53 8DA) at 0730 - dep. the island at 1500, then at 0830 to 

1635, 0930-1715, 1130-1800, 1520-1845, 1620-1930

In other news, there was a Black Redstart present at the lighthouse, along with three Starlings, whilst a handful of Thrift Clearwings were also present nearby. 

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1 comment:

  1. Great that so many people are able see this usual bird