• Would members please give due consideration when thinking about posting information and sightings relating to Schedule 1 species during the breeding season. Records of these species can be submitted privately to the county bird recorder by email to recorder@outerhebridesbirds.org.uk or via BTO BirdTrack marked as sensitive. For updated guidance on this subject from the Rare Breeding Birds Panel please download the PDF from the Resources section

  • When here in the Outer Hebrides and looking at a bird, have you ever wondered how rare it is? The status of all species can vary enormously from island to island. How rare is Shoveler on Barra, has Stock Dove been seen on Harris, does Dotterel occur on Benbecula in the autumn, and how common is Blue Tit on North Uist? Well, fret no longer! The Status and Distribution of birds here on the Outer Hebrides has been completely updated and summarised for every species and each of the main islands and outliers. Available now as an online resource at https://status.outerhebrides-birdreports.org/ or via our shop

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Eyes and Ears Everywhere
Western Isles / Outer Hebrides bird sightings for today, 25th July 2020. Updated throughout the day

Loch Sandary, North Uist
Five Black-tailed Godwits were at Loch Sandary. 33 Knot dropped in briefly at nearby Loch Paible around midday before continuing south

Claddach-vallay, North Uist
News from @BrianR (who is suffering with computer problems) that another Rose-coloured Starling has been present in a garden at Claddach-vallay for past week

Howmore, South Uist
A Long-tailed Duck was seen off-shore and Sandwich Tern flew south

Loch Bee, South Uist
The *Spoonbill* was again seen on the west bank. 14 Black-tailed Godwits and five Common Terns were also in the area

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