Around the Ty Pellaf, the farm, the first singing Stonechat was seen and heard, a Sparrowhawk soared high, a small gathering of 13 Meadow Pipits, Wrens, Robins and Dunnocks, a single Chaffinch and the Collard Dove seen earlier.
A quick check of a site in the north west fields which was a potential Little Owl nest site found last season showed evidence that the exact area was still in use by Little Owls. Pellets surrounded the ground below the gorse bush around Manx Shearwater burrows, also present was a Little Owl itself!
|Little Owl pellets underneath the gorse bush with numerous Manx Shearwater burrows in the vicinity, a potential nest site for Little Owls found last season|
|Little Owl pellet complete with beetle bits!|
Lepidoptera news today consisted of a great sighting of the first Red Admiral at rest along the main track.