3 March 2017
Very mild weather yesterday saw us head west...................
The time of large eagle concentrations have passed. At this time of year there are still a few single White-tailed Eagles dotted around the coasts, soon they will be heading north. The above one was perched in some trees near a port and flew off as soon as it saw me.
Another typical sight in March are Whooper Swans in the snowy fields............
And suddenly at this time of tear Red-breasted Mergansers are everywhere on the coasts.
There were flocks of Brent Goose, a few Slavonian Grebe here and there, some unidentified divers offshore: the usual early March stuff.