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Eyes and Ears Everywhere
Feb 7, 2017
Western Isles / Outer Hebrides bird sightings for today, 8th October 2020. Updated throughout the day

Trumisgarry, North Uist
A Little Egret was seen there today

Grenitote, North Uist
A Yellow-browed Warbler was there today

Paiblesgarry, North Uist
A Turtle Dove was visiting a garden there

Baleshare, North Uist
A Yellow-browed warbler was seen on the dune edge on Lag Gorm today

West Gerinish, South Uist
The *American Golden Plover* was again in the south-west corner of Loch Bee

Druidibeg Plantation
Two Yellow-browed Warblers, a Pied Flycatcher, Willow Warbler, two Chiffchaff, a Blackcap and three Brambling were seen there today.

Aird-mhicheil, South Uist
A Lapland Bunting was in the cemetery this morning and 47 Barnacle Geese flew south

North Locheynort, South Uist
A Red-breasted Flycatcher, Pied Flycatcher three Blackcaps, 20 Bramblings and six Yellow-browed Warblers were there this morning. 32 Whooper Swans flew south during the morning. A Grey Wagtail was there late afternoon

Askernish, South Uist
The Pied Flycatcher was still in the township late morning and a Swallow passed through early afternoon

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Little Egret & Turtle Dove (C) and courtesy of Jarad Wilson and Peter Murray
Likes: John Hansford


Eyes and Ears Everywhere
Feb 7, 2017
News from Ness:-

Port of Ness
Yellow-browed Warbler – 4
Willow Warbler – 1
Goldcrest – 2
Pied Flycatcher – 1
Blackcap – 2
Bramblings - 5

Yellow-browed Warbler – 1
Whooper Swan – 6 in off the sea

South Dell
Yellow-browed Warbler – 2
Garden Warbler – 1
Likes: John Hansford


Senior Member
Feb 25, 2017
Still at least 1 y-b warbler, 2 blackcaps, a willow warbler and 2 brambling in my garden. Also 6 whoopers S over Bornish this morning and 48 SE over Loch Eynort (flocks of 12 & 27) late afternoon.

cheers, Andrew