Saturday, 17 June 2017

Despite the time of year, bits and bobs continue to be seen that indicate a bit of movement. Nothing too unusual was seen today, but we had two Chiffchaffs, a Goldfinch and a Collared Dove on the ground, and a single Turnstone in Henlwyn. Overhead a single Sand Martin was seen at Cafn, with ten House Martins during the day and a Lesser Redpoll south over the South End at 10:00. A Kestrel, probably the same bird from yesterday, was seen over Pen Cristin. Meanwhile, there was an excellent count of 103 Puffins from here as well, our highest of the year so far.
A Razorbill chick from the East Side yesterday, extremely close to fledging! 

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