McMurray Hatchery - Large selection of day old chicks, poultry and exotic fowl. Homestead supplies and poultry equipment available for sale. For encounters with unusual birds, there is no need to go off the beaten track to some remote wilderness lodge or wildlife reserve in Africa or South America. Even the most time-poor and casual of bird-lovers can spot these avian beauties in the world’s great cities – and enjoy a decent cup of. Home page for LPO (UK): News. This page comprises news items about the LPO and bird conservation in France, compiled by Ken Hall. Latest reports for May 31st, at Mull Eagle Watch and today, about , I saw an Osprey mobbing the female White-tailed eagle we watch at the West Ardhu site near Dervaig. Meryl Varty 31st Whinchat and at least 3 .
Debby Thorne 3rd Lochdon Wood Sandpiper still there at John Mather 14th Lochdon: First one I have seen up here. We have had a number of flyover redpoll sp.
Colin Moody reports a pair of Canada Geese and goslings here. Interestingly, arrived Saturday evening and no WTE in first two days.
Between shore and Abbey, 3 calling birds. Jon Goddard 10th - Iona: The sighting was recorded on Saturday morning 3rd May It was a group of black terns.
I have since spoken to the finder Paul Toner who gave an excellent description. Also seen from same viewpoint male hen harrier hunting towards lochdon.
Female Goshawk at Glen More I will submit a full description after I get home if required; I'm familiar with this species from Wyre Forest, Breckland, and foreign birding trips.
Mull records in - 16 and now 4th a sighting of a Nuthartch at Lochbuie Mable Cottage visitor Sally Jennings 4th a Short-eared Owl near the Dervaig viewpoint back towards Tobermory a little , a Whinchat singing near the road at the north end of Loch Frisa and a calling Reed Bunting at the Mishnish Lochs.
Bryan Rains Bryans Blog.
Alan 13th - At Sea off North Mull: No views of it, but very special nonetheless. Glengorm Forest and Cuin 27th; 2 male goosander: Distant Golden Eagle behind Calgary House today at 1.
Andy Bayes 30th Aros Castle: The group of birds feeding drew my attention as they were in a tight group and darker in colour. Snipe in Iris beds.
Bob Wagner 21st -Torosay: A pair of Great Skuas 11th Iona: Peter and Jan Daisy 6th Lochdon: Fishnish Woods - 2 Redpoll, 2 Crossbill feeding.
The Greylag is said to be the ancestor of all our domestic geese, and the common goose of Britain undoubtedly was the English Grey, although a white variety existed, and the Grey Back (Saddleback) may have come from an intercross. They've gradually been getting scarcer each day we've been here. Corncrakes in several places. Salen 2 displaying Drake Goldeneye. Welcome to the Punpedia entry on bird puns!
There were 25 or so Whimbrel in the area although mobile. Six House Martins were at Knock; a brood of Grey Wagtails were seen near the Old Hunting Lodge; several calling Cuckoo's may have been one or two mobile birds; two singing Tree Pipits; and, interestingly, a single Dunlin was seen in the area where this species successfully bred in Garden warbler singing here. Swans, ducks and geese are found on every continent and throughout Oregon.
Little Egret at Ardtun today 1st May (ANSER ANSER) Anser Anser is the common wild grey geese of Europe, also called the Greylag.
For encounters with unusual birds, there is no need to go off the beaten track to some remote wilderness lodge or wildlife reserve in Africa or South America.
Also chiff chaff and goldcrest at the entrance to the Loch Ba walk. Whinchat this morning at John Goddard 28th Duart Point: Alan Spellman 1st Lochdon: Otter in front of Isle of Mull hotel and common sandpiper woodcock roding at 10pm.
Dave and Helen Tanner. Roger Craven 8th - Sound of Mull: Osprey carrying fish, Grasspoint road, just up from the bridge. We have solutions for the crossword clue ###.
Ringed plover on golf course. During the same week I was delighted to watch a Great Northern Diver in summer plumage fishing outside the Pennyghael Hotel. Even the most time-poor and casual of bird-lovers can spot these avian beauties in the world’s great cities – and enjoy a decent cup of. Otter and White-tailed Eagle.