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Saturday, 13 March 2010

Snowdrops

A small flock of gulls were flying over the garden early this morning at 9.30am including a Common Gull, a long overdue new record for the garden! Several Snowdrops are flowering in the garden at the moment.
At Ness Point, 6 Turnstone were seen and 2 Purple Sandpiper on the rocks by the northern end of Ness Point. Looking out to sea, I was pleased to see 1 Red- throated Diver flying north. Earlier in the day an ace birder had seen over 400+ flying past!
At Hamilton Dock, all I saw was a Great Crested Grebe.
At a local churchyard following a tip off from Colin J, I was pleased to see 3 different varieties of Snowdrop flowering nicely. 

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