Managed to drop into Cullaloe LNR on the way home from work last night, where there appeared to have been a "fall" of Song Thrush.There were 13 at least feeding in muddy pasture with a couple of Blackbirds, and others in the trees. At least one of them looked to be extremely bright white underneath. No idea yet whether is of any significance, but I did fail in an epic way to get a photo as it bolted before I could get focus.Only ecollection I have is of darker Song Thrushes rather than lighter, and the chocolate Hebridean ones.
Yesterday saw the first inverkeithing addition in a month, while this Cullaloe visit cemented a whole month without a new addition (while some notable absentees remain obstinately absent).
|Lunchtime Hill of Beath, with its famous hawthorn|