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  1. Gyr Falcon © Ronan Dugan

    Gyr Falcon © Ronan Dugan

    Toe Head, Harris
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    National Rarity Gyr Falcon

    A White morph Gyr was reported at Toe Head, Harris yesterday which then flew towards Pabbay over the Sound of Harris. There is a great photo online by Ronan Dugan, the finder. Gyr Falcon © Ronan Dugan by MisterT posted Feb 6, 2017 at 10:13 PM