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No sightings of Roe Deer, Hare or Badger will be mentioned on this blog throughout the year and links will be removed from other blogs giving the whereabouts of these mammals due to the rising influx of poaching, long dogging and lamping by sick individuals.
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Wednesday, April 7, 2021

You can,t get enough of Ringed Plovers. Fly Flatts

                                          Long staying Ringed Plovers






                                      Soon saw the Pied Wag off


                                       Barnacles on walk about
                                             female Pied Wagtail








                                         2 visiting LBBs

                                             Plenty Meadow Pipits about

        Another snow storm coming over the Nab with my name on it.

Another bright clear morning with blue skies and sunshine but still down at 2 degrees and the biting NW>4. Late p.m. was a tad less windy with a temp of 4 degrees.
                                                          A good count of 16 Skylarks were in the Nolstar field on the way up there this morning, a rare bird around Fly Flatts now. 
                                                         The water was again very rough so hard to check for an odd Scoter or diver with just Mallards, 3 species of geese and 2 LBBs braving the waves.
The 4 Ringed Plovers were very mobile today moving between all 4 bankings with occasional visits to the slipway near to where I was parked. A female Pied Wagtail was feeding along the launching area but kept getting moved on by the Plovers.
                                                       Nothing moving in the sky today other than Carrion Crows and 4 Raven.
Rain and moderate westerly tomorrow could be interesting.
BS