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Whooper Swans

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Whooper Swans

Post by MisterT » 26 May 2015, 18:13

These Whoopers and their 3 cygnets were located after being brought to Bill’s attention by a tourist who had seen them a few days earlier.

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Other recent sightings have been 7 Dotterel scattered around South Uist, this one seen at Bornish.

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Curlew Sandpipers are in amongst some of the large flocks of Dunlin on the machair, this is 1 of 2 at Borve.

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Some late pink-feet are still to be found, these 5 were seen at Kildonan.

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