9th August 2017

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  1. Hawkeye

    Hawkeye Eyes and Ears Everywhere

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    North Uist: the Quail at Aird an Runair was first heard in the early morning by David Palmar. It wasn't calling when I walked out the end sometime after 9 but had started up again around 11.30. Otherwise it was a fairly quiet visit with not many birds about. A Raven was seen flying towards Haskeir (Hasgeir Eagach) - the islands being quite a few miles from Aird an Runair. In direct flight when in view apart from 5 'rolls'.

    Photo of the Glaucous Gull that was near Loch Sandary.

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    A distant shot of a Golden Eagle that came over Carinish in the late afternoon.

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