Friday, March 1, 2013


The school-run was enlivened by Number 1 spotting a white-tailed eagle over the village this morning. But got it wrong today in a brisk NW wind. I worked the coast between Påarps Mal and Norra Ängalag for very little return, a few skylarks on the move and one sub-adult shag at Torekov. As I headed for lunch the news came through that Kent had found the glaucous gull within range of the top end of Eskilstorpsstrand. I had other commitments but still got there within an hour with the kids in tow. No sign of the bird and a trawl north up the beach failed to locate it it either. Had it gone south into BK?  I must start to take this bird seriously, I actually need it for Sweden I think...

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