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Species / Subspecies
Photographer
Year
Recording Area
Site
Keyword
BLUETHROAT
  • Bluethroat
  • svecica (Red-spotted)
  • 20/05/2013
  • MIKE THROWER
  • Barness Beach
  • Lothian
  • Smart Bird
  • a bit flighty.
BLUETHROAT: Bluethroat, svecica (Red-spotted), 20/05/2013, MIKE THROWER, Barness Beach, Lothian, Smart Bird, a bit flighty.
White Wagtail
  • Pied Wagtail
  • alba (White)
  • 20/05/2013
  • MIKE THROWER
  • Barness Beach
  • Lothian
  • (male)
White Wagtail: Pied Wagtail, alba (White), 20/05/2013, MIKE THROWER, Barness Beach, Lothian, (male)
White Wagtail
  • Pied Wagtail
  • alba (White)
  • 20/05/2013
  • MIKE THROWER
  • Barness Beach
  • Lothian
  • Adult Female ( note grey rump and defused head )
White Wagtail: Pied Wagtail, alba (White), 20/05/2013, MIKE THROWER, Barness Beach, Lothian, Adult Female ( note grey rump and defused head )
Blue Headed Wagtail
  • Yellow Wagtail
  • flava (Blue-headed)
  • 20/05/2013
  • MIKE THROWER
  • Barness Beach
  • Lothian
  • This female assocated closely to the male B/Headed and has colouration of a adult winter plumage bird.
  • but there are so many variations.
Blue Headed Wagtail: Yellow Wagtail, flava (Blue-headed), 20/05/2013, MIKE THROWER, Barness Beach, Lothian, This female assocated closely to the male B/Headed and has colouration of a adult winter plumage bird., but there are so many variations.
Yellow Wagtail
  • flavissima (Yellow)
  • 20/05/2013
  • MIKE THROWER
  • Barness Beach
  • Lothian
  • Female
  • this bird was paired to the Bright Male and court ship display was witnessed on the beach
Yellow Wagtail: flavissima (Yellow), 20/05/2013, MIKE THROWER, Barness Beach, Lothian, Female , this bird was paired to the Bright Male and court ship display was witnessed on the beach
Blue Headed Wagtail
  • Yellow Wagtail
  • flava (Blue-headed)
  • 20/05/2013
  • MIKE THROWER
  • Barness Beach
  • Lothian
  • Not really a classic Blue Headed
  • but a nice bird to see.
Blue Headed Wagtail: Yellow Wagtail, flava (Blue-headed), 20/05/2013, MIKE THROWER, Barness Beach, Lothian, Not really a classic Blue Headed, but a nice bird to see.
linnet
  • Linnet
  • 17/05/2013
  • Karen Williams
  • West Sands
  • St Andrews
  • Fife
linnet: Linnet, 17/05/2013, Karen Williams, West Sands, St Andrews, Fife
meadow pipit
  • Meadow Pipit
  • 17/05/2013
  • Karen Williams
  • West Sands
  • St Andrews
  • Fife
meadow pipit: Meadow Pipit, 17/05/2013, Karen Williams, West Sands, St Andrews, Fife
skylark singing
  • Skylark
  • 17/05/2013
  • Karen Williams
  • West Sands
  • St Andrews
  • Fife
skylark singing: Skylark, 17/05/2013, Karen Williams, West Sands, St Andrews, Fife
Lesser Scaup
  • 18/05/2013
  • Karen Munro
  • St Johns Pool
  • Caithness
Lesser Scaup: 18/05/2013, Karen Munro, St Johns Pool, Caithness
Whinchat - female
  • Whinchat
  • 15/05/2013
  • Jeff Cowie
  • Prestwick
  • Ayrshire
  • Very windy day
  • female had just taken off and the wind held her steady for a couple of seconds to ensure a sharp picture - I was very lucky.
Whinchat - female: Whinchat, 15/05/2013, Jeff Cowie, Prestwick, Ayrshire, Very windy day, female had just taken off and the wind held her steady for a couple of seconds to ensure a sharp picture - I was very lucky.
Red Kite
  • 31/01/2010
  • John Chapman
  • Aberdeenshire.
  • North-east Scotland
Red Kite: 31/01/2010, John Chapman, Aberdeenshire., North-east Scotland

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