Scottish Rarity 15th July 2017

Discussion in '2017 Bird Sightings' started by Hawkeye, Jul 15, 2017.

  1. Hawkeye

    Hawkeye Eyes and Ears Everywhere

    Feb 7, 2017
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    Ruhba Ardvule, South Uist
    A 3.5 hour seawatch early this morning produced 1 Red-throated Diver (S), 14 Storm Petrels (S), 3 Fulmars (S), 57 Manx Shearwaters (46S 11N), 111 Gannets (98S 13N), 2 Kittiwakes (S), 2 Great Skuas (1S 1N), 2 Guillemots (S), 2 Razorbills (S), 16 auk sp (6S 10N) and 11 Puffins (S). Also present in the area were 54 Dunlin (which included 2 juveniles), 19 Arctic Terns, 2 Curlews and a Wheatear.

    Late News:-
    Seilebost, Isle of Harris
    A late report of a **White-winged Black Tern** seen yesterday flying along the dunes
  2. YvonneB

    YvonneB OH Bird Recorder

    Feb 5, 2017
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    A very murky, rainy start to the day but @MisterT and myself were amazed to see a Corncrake wandering around on the back lawn :D

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