Monday, April 16, 2007

Golf course ravine

A brief afternoon visit to the golf course ravine found but one migrant - Chiffchaff singing near the road. But it's all change at sea with no sign of Shag, a steady stream of Kittiwake going west with a few Gannets and various distant unidentified bits and pieces (auks mostly) and something that in the end I decided had to be Black-throated Diver (absolutely unclaimed); 4 Eider went east.

A Tawny Owl was hunting at 9:30 this morning at home being seen clutching a small mammal as it flew from tree to tree. Willow Warbler were much in evidence and Chiffchaff increased to 2 singing down the dale.

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