A slow sea-watch today produced some Red-throated Divers, a few Great Crested Grebes and Common Scoters but nothing out of the ordinary. The Brents were split up around the islands so were difficult to count but there were well over a hundred present as the tide ebbed. A couple of Robins and Dunnocks were noted and at least six Song Thrushes and a female Blackbird was re-trapped.
(MA, MB plus PSW, SRW briefly)
Saturday, 22 January 2011
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