And so it goes on. The weather has continued in a similar vein and, as would be expected, more birds are arriving. A very enjoyable day’s birding saw the North cliffs sheltering most of the migrants, with the feeling that we could be building towards some even better stuff; the forecast suggests the wind will stay in the east until next weekend. If you want to join us for the chance of some decent birds then there are still a few spaces available at our 25% discount offer, so you could cash in on some good birding for £45 a night full board.
|A common enough migrant, but a Collared Dove on the cliffs of Dronger looked somewhat incongruous.|
|A Ruff and Dunlin share Easter Lother Water with a couple of Bonxies.|
|Scanning the cliffs at Dronger for migrants led to the discovery of this Fair Isle Wren feeding chicks behind the rock it is shown sat on here. Britain's rarest bird seems to be having a good breeding season.|
Answers on the blog tomorrow!