5th March 2020

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Senior Member
Feb 25, 2017
Spring migration seems to be picking up. There were several Pied Wagtails around the island today (my first this year) and there was a marked increase in Skylark numbers. 5 Whooper Swans flew north over Traigh Mhor this morning and another 14 arrived from the south over Castlebay this afternoon. There were 14 Pale-bellied Brent Geese at Traigh Mhor, the first here for a couple of weeks. The juvenile Glaucous Gull was still at Allasdale.

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Likes: John Hansford