Friday, 10 November 2017

A lot of today was spent cleaning down the Obs and that, alongside the general quietness that has descended upon Bardsey, ensured for a limited list of highlights. A Brent Goose off the North End was the most notable sighting, while also passing offshore were very small totals of 76 Razorbills, 12 Black-headed Gulls, two Common Gulls and two Mediterranean Gulls. On land 458 Starlings were the only common migrant, and a paltry list of other migrants included two Water Rails, one Skylark, seven Robins, three Stonechats, 14 Blackbirds, two Song Thrushes, a Redwing, two Chiffchaffs, seven Goldcrests, a lingering Firecrest and a single Linnet.

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