16th June 2017

Discussion in '2017 Bird Sightings' started by Hawkeye, Jun 16, 2017.

  1. Hawkeye

    Hawkeye Eyes and Ears Everywhere

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    Ruhba Ardvule, South Uist
    A 3.5 hour seawatch early this morning produced 1 Red-throated Diver (S), 16 Storm Petrel (S), 12 Fulmar (11S 1N), 322 Manx Shearwater (S), 160 Gannet (142S 18N), 16 Kittiwake (15S 1N), 1 Great Skua (S), 66 Guillemot (S), 86 Razorbill (S), 2 Puffin (S), 1 Black Guillemot (S) and 89 auk sp (88S 1N)

    Ardivachar, South Uist
    The juvenile Iceland Gull is still there this morning along with a juvenile Glaucous Gull

    Loch Sandray, North Uist
    The juvenile Glaucous Gull is still present today
    The luecistic Common Gull was seen again yesterday

    Loch Mor, Benbecula
    A female Pintail reported

    Craigston, Barra
    A juvenile Iceland Gull was seen on the beach this morning: a Common Scoter and a late Long-tailed Duck also present off shore with Eider

    Ness area, Isle of Lewis

    News from Tony Marr
    A 1st-summer Little Gull was again present this afternoon on Loch Stiapavat. Also present was an adult drake European Wigeon. It’s over a month since the last one was seen. Is this the first returning autumn migrant?


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    Iceland Gull, Craigston, courtesy of Bruce Taylor White-tailed Eagle courtesy of Nick Truby
     
  2. Chris Johnson

    Chris Johnson Active Member

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    A dark-phase Arctic Skua moved south in the morning.
     

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