Sunday, 22 March 2015

Local Rock Pipits

Watched the pair of rock pipits that breeds on Orcombe Point this morning. As expected, both looking quite grey on top and a bit pinky-buff below. No doubting these birds are petrosus.

Distinct white super on this bird!

Straight Point as viewed from Orcombe Point this morning. The white marks on the rocks are the droppings from the kittiwake colony. The noise of the colony gets more audible as you follow the coast path eastwards towards Sandy Bay.

A waxing crescent moon with Venus clearly visible tonight.

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