Notes on birds & wildlife from an east coast birder, wildlife enthusiast & photographer
Monday, 30 August 2010
With the winds still blowing from the north I had high hopes of goodies being seen past Ness Point. There were but as usual I didn't see them, too late I should have got their earlier than late morning. I had 2 Shelduck flying south and groups of 5, 15, 5 and 6 Common Scoter flying north.
Around 12 Teal settled on the sea before flying south another 8 Teal flew south and that's all I saw in a half hour seawatch.