Saturday, April 15, 2006

Skogsøy 15 April 2006

Despite having to cut the seawatch short today there was still more to be seen than yesterday including the birds of the day: a pair of Northern Pintail stjertand heading north. Another new species for Skogsøy this spring was a pair of Tufted Duck toppand, also heading north.

A lone Whooper Swan sangsvane remains, most swans have already migrated.

There have now been over 22000 birds logged since 01 April and over 36000 since 15 March.

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