Monday, 11 February 2013
10th to 11th February
The 10th was an utterly miserable day, with hardly anything to report. A Ringed Plover and two Whimbrels were seen around the Narrows at high tide, and a Snipe was in the wetlands. A much brighter day on the 11th saw a Red-throated Diver, four Common Scoters and a Common Gull flying past at sea in the morning, whilst the Firecrest was present amongst eight Goldcrests in the plantation. 21 Meadow Pipits were seen on the mountain at dusk.