MARINElife Wildlife Officer Steve McAusland photographed this female Common Scoter in the Landing Bay last Saturday, 25th July.
Most Common Scoters are only seen in flight as passage migrants past the island; it is rare for one to settle so close to shore. Perhaps this individual was resting up after the recent unsettled weather.
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Wednesday, 29 July 2015
25th July – Common Scoter in the Landing Bay
Posted by Tim Jones at 10:42
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