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Sunday, 19 January 2014

Burry Holms

The Thayer's was knocking around the SW corner of the Holm this afternoon. Not always visible from the beach but it gave some good views from the Holm once the tide had dropped. There were large numbers of Common Scoters on the sea and a quick scan produced Velvet Scoter, although most Scoter were a long way off.


Steve Hinton said...

Well done! Persistence paid off!

Slaphead said...

stonker Alex,shows all the features too. Nice one.

Randal M Snowdrop said...

Isn't that an American Fulmar crossed with an Icelandic Fulmar?