Saturday, 20 October 2012

Eastern Olivaceous Warbler

Yesterday I went on a 24 hour, 960 mile round trip to Fife Ness, it was well worth it!

Seeing the Eastern Olvaceous Warbler and a Red-breasted Flycatcher at Fife Ness, then seeing 15! Black Grouse and a few Red Grouse on the way home!

Here are the pictures and videos from yesterday and my 421st British Bird.

Also popped to Cley on Thursday where the White-rumped Sandpiper was showing really well (if you were in the opposite hide). Here is a distant shot.

On Wednesday after turning around from the Egyptian Vulture chase we stopped to look through these Golden Plover

This one got more then a second look, but we are sure its European.

No comments:

Post a Comment