Thursday, August 26, 2010

Hernar 26 August 2010

Turnstone steinvender feeding on the shore
Willow Warbler løvsanger

Light northerly and rain after the gale yesterday meant that there was never going to be much happening today - no surprises things were quiet. Just singles of Spotted Flycatcher gråfluesnapper, Whinchat buskskvett, a Whitethroat tornsanger and a scattering of Willow Warlbers løvsanger were present.

However, all was not quite lost as a couple of Turnstone steinvender were amazingly the first recorded on the island - proof of how under-watched it is.

An adult White-tailed Eagle havørn and at least 50 Twite bergirisk about.

No comments: