A morning walk at Long Nab produced little in the way of the hoped for spring migrants. Hardly surprising given the leaden grey skies and cold northerly wind. A few Whitethroats were singing and a lone Wheatear was along the cliff top path. Hghlight of the walk was a Short-eared Owl which afforded nice views as it hunted over the remnants of the cover crop. Although the light was hardly conducive to good photography I managed to get a few reasonable pics.
Freelance ornithologist and tour leader based in Scarborough, N Yorkshire.