|Back of camera shot of one of the Hooded Crows|
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Saturday, 14 March 2020
13th & 14th Mar – Hooded Crows, Jackdaw & Firecrests
Lundy Warden Dean Jones reports that there were two Hooded Crows and a Jackdaw on the island on Friday 13th (!), along with a further small push of Stonechats. The morning of 14th brought the first two Firecrests of spring before the fog rolled in. A third Firecrest was found later in the day, along with one of the Hooded Crows, the Jackdaw, and a Glaucous Gull at Jenny's Cove.
Posted by Tim Jones at 10:48