Friday 21 June 2019

21st June 2019

Weather: NW force 3
Young Meadow Pipits are now about the island, and one was ringed this morning.

It appears the Swallows may be stuggling with the conditions lately, at least one nest seems to have failed.   The female eider was at the north end with some oystercatchers.

The oystercatchers moved to roost on the beach as the tide came in.
 A Common Sandpiper was also seen (per Matt Thomas)
 Ringed: 1 Meadow Pipit    [ 557-30 ]
 photos JE

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