Monday, 10 May 2010

Working Weekend

With work both Saturday & Sunday birding time was at a premium. A very early seawatch from Newbiggin on Sunday produced next to nothing, 4 Common Scoter, single Red-throated Diver and a summer plumaged Dunlin north.
An hour out whilst the roast cooked in decent sunshine yielded little, a few Common Whitethroat and a re-find of the Wood Sandpiper currently gracing Bothal Pond, also Common Sandpiper there last night.

2 comments:

The Liverbirder said...

An hour out whilst the roast cooked in decent sunshine yielded little.....

You must have some crackin' weather where you live - you can roast meat in an hour USING THE SUN'S HEAT!!!!!

What a scorcher!

alan tilmouth said...

What can I say Gordon, the sun shines on the righteous, even if they occasionally fluff the punctuation.