Mega!!! 12th September 2017

Discussion in '2017 Bird Sightings' started by Hawkeye, Sep 12, 2017.

  1. Hawkeye

    Hawkeye Eyes and Ears Everywhere

    Feb 7, 2017
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    Eoligarry, Barra
    The ****American Redstart**** was still present this afternoon. It is still to be found in the sycamore trees at the back of the Church, best viewed from behind the wall on south side of the churchyard

    Ardmhor, Barra
    A Yellow-browed Warbler seen in the plantation this morning

    Balgarva, South Uist
    The juvenile ***Semipalmated Sandpiper*** was again on the roadside pools this morning

    Peninerine, South Uist
    A male Velvet Scoter just off shore today

    Loch Sandary, North Uist
    2 Ruff seen today around the loch .

    Baleshare, North Uist
    42 Black-tailed Godwits and 7 Ruff were on the island

    American Redstart
  2. BrianR

    BrianR Senior Member

    Feb 7, 2017
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    Callernish, North Uist
    A Lesser Whitethroat was present this morning.

    _DSC9829.JPG Juvenile Golden Eagle above Hosta

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