Wednesday, 21 August 2013

Cullaloe wades further ahead

Two Black-tailed Godwits at Cullaloe last night (and 2 Common Sand) moves Cullaloe further ahead of Hill of Beath. Another more-or-less predictable species, but glad to see them come in. Cracking orangey-red specimens too. There were also about 25 House Martin loitering around on the telegraph wires, maybe grounded by the rain - not locals, as there aren't that many through the summer, if any.

This morning only 1 Common Sand was left, but the car park area was swarming with Willow Warblers and a fair selection of other more common species feeding in the trees and umbellifers. Some of them were clearly this year's, if not even this week's.

On a side note, I still have not recorded Kestrel at Cullaloe in 2013.



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