Wednesday, 29 June 2016

Today saw a decent respite from the rain of late though conditions were still breezy. A choppy but atmospheric sea-scape produced counts of 1204 Manx Shearwaters and the first Common Gull of the autumn. A Spotted Flycatcher was new in the Plantation.
In a non-avian note two Speckled Woods were dancing in the under-story of the New Plantation, a decent record for this scarce island species.

One of the many Swallow broods to fledge this week

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