|Thrush Nightingale Luscinia luscinia|
|Fibo's Will Miles found the Thush Nightingale at Pund.|
|Pund Cottage - the haunt of the Thrush Nightingale for the past 2 days.|
It's a fixer uper! call the NTS today and you too could start finding rare birds in the garden.
|One last look at this Thush Nightingale... last year the Isle saw 3 different birds.|
|This Pied Flycatcher was in my Garden this morning... as well as 3 Chaffinch, a Brambling, a Redstart, a Willow Warbler, 2 Collard Doves, a Goldfinch & 2 Sedge Warblers|
Over head flew a swarm of 15 Barn Swallows, a House Martin and a Sand Martin
|Yellow Wagtail - Blue Headed? sort of dark too?|
So lets make Elena & Raluca happy and call it (dombrowskii or in other words "Romania")
Warning! I'm no expert at the variables of Wagtail head markings.
|Yellow Wagtail in flight|
|Goldfinch on my feeder.|
|Stone Chat - Rubbish photo but it was the first one I had seen in 2 years.|
|Brambling in the fog.|
|National Trust For Scotland's Patrons Club visiting Fair Isle.|
|Thank you for your Donations to the Fair Isle Lighthouse Society |
and Fair Isle's George Waterson Museum and Collection.
|Ian's Caddy Lambs|
|Baa! Baaa! Lambs are cuter than Baa-irds!|