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Sep 142019
 
A Tricky Wheatear

Eastern Black-eared and Pied Wheatear identification is notoriously difficult, even more so when a female type arrives in early September. About the right time for Black-eared Wheatear but a little out of season for Pied. The majority of Pied Wheatears seem to be found in late autumn (Oct-Nov). A female, reported as an Eastern Black-eared […]

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Sep 032019
 
Boobies at the Seaside !

An unprecedented event took place in Cornwall during the past week. A Brown Booby was discovered, a new bird to Britain, and spent several days in the Carbis Bay, St.Ives area. It proved elusive and was difficult to connect with. It wasn’t seen on Friday 30th August and so was presumed to have gone by […]

 Posted by at 8:59 pm
Aug 242019
 
The Island of Mull - 17th - 22nd August

We spent a few days away on the Island of Mull from 17th to 22nd August. The weather was a mixed bag of rain, wind and some sunshine. Fortunately the weather didn’t disrupt our trip to Iona and the boat trip for White-tailed Eagle that I had pre-booked before we left. This was the highlight […]

 Posted by at 8:37 pm
Jul 222019
 
Bits and Pieces

A few images from my wanderings over recent days. A recent visit to Wales for Bog Orchid was a bit of a disaster as we struggled to find any at two reliable sites. Managed a few other plants though, including Round-leaved Sundew, Bog Asphodel and Marsh St.John’s-wort.  A family of Whinchat, a year tick, and […]

 Posted by at 9:01 pm
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