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Old Friday 3rd March 2017, 18:54   #3126
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There was something rather uplifting about seeing flocks of Kittiwakes powering northwards in the early spring sunshine.
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Old Sunday 5th March 2017, 17:47   #3127
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A clear and mild day after yesterday's continuous rain, much of which was still lying around in puddles. Around Nigg Bay the birds were coming in two by two. A couple of Woodcock were flushed near the football pitch. There were pairs of Long-tailed Tit and Bullfinch and also two Goldcrests. One Water Rail was calling and my first Yellowhammer of the year was near the bay.

Otherwise things were fairly quiet. There was a bit of movement out to sea, including one Goldeneye and four Common Scoter. A female Stonechat was in Greyhope Bay.
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Old Monday 6th March 2017, 08:31   #3128
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A juvenile Iceland Gull again around the North Pier just now.
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Old Friday 10th March 2017, 19:54   #3129
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I had a brisk wander around the Ness late this afternoon in pleasant but cool conditions. A few enjoyable sightings followed. What we must now refer to as the 'regular pair' of Otters were swimming across the harbour without a care in the world. Plenty of Bottlenose Dolphin activity today too. A bit of a suprise was a Short-eared Owl, which was quartering the area between Greyhope Bay and the Battery. A male Stonechat was in Nigg Bay and a Moorhen was seen with characteristic brevity along Tullos Burn.
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Old Saturday 11th March 2017, 18:50   #3130
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The morning was quite damp but the weather was much better through the afternoon. The wetlands were mostly fairly quiet, aside from three Common Snipe. On Nigg Bay there was an impressive group of at least 22 Long-tailed Ducks. A minimum of ten Red-throated Divers were offshore, along with both Harbour Porpoise and Bottlenose Dolphin. There was again some action on the Short-eared Owl front in the Greyhope Bay area. There actually seemed to be two birds around, although only one was seen at any particular time. One bird had an obvious gap in the outer primaries on the left wing, which was distinctive.

Here are photos of both owls. 'People getting married' was a patch tick for me.
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Old Sunday 12th March 2017, 19:21   #3131
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Rather a foggy morning here in Torry, although this cleared out to sea to some extent by midday to leave a rather pleasant, warmish day. Stuff around Nigg Bay included two Chiffchaffs, one of which was very good for tristis. The other seemed like a normal colybita and was apparently unringed. It was hard to tell if the tristis-type was unringed because it only seemed to have one leg! The only calls heard were colybita but were probably from the normal looking bird.

A Woodcock was again flushed near the waterworks and there were a pair of Stonechats. 11 Long-tailed Ducks and a drake Red-breasted Merganser were on Nigg Bay. 192 Purple Sandpipers were roosting.
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Old Friday 24th March 2017, 08:04   #3132
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An Otter was around the North Pier again this morning.

Also, here's a quirky aerial photo of the Ness taken when I was flying back from Norway on Sunday.
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Old Saturday 25th March 2017, 19:12   #3133
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Spring was definitely happening this morning in Torry and it was quite a pleasant time to be trudging around the local sewage works. Keeping me company were twelve Common Snipe and a single Jack Snipe. A Moorhen was seen for several seconds on the marsh - as long a view as I've had of one here for months.

A pair of Bullfinches were along the railway embankment, the male seemingly 'singing', or at least what passes for Bullfinch song. Wonder if they'll breed here this year. Singing more stridently was a Chiffchaff, which seemed to be ranging quite widely along the embankment and through the willows. A ringed Siberian Chiffchaff was also seen fairly well, accompanying the large numbers of Goldcrests (at least 12 but probably more).

Nigg Bay held nine Long-tailed Ducks and a drake Red-breasted Merganser. Eleven Red-throated Divers were either there or passing offshore. A pair of Stonechats were along the south bank. A neat 200 Purple Sandpipers were roosting on Skate's Nose. My first Peregrine of the year was picked out flying across the city towards its nest site.
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Old Sunday 26th March 2017, 20:27   #3134
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Another rather delightful day here in Torry. There was a bit less about than yesterday though. I'm pretty certain two Chiffchaffs were singing in the Nigg Bay area. Also 14 Snipe and seven Goldcrests there. The bay held 17 Long-tailed Ducks. We did have some Purple Sandpiper Totaliser topping:

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Cracking stuff. Also a Peacock butterfly on Abbey Road.

Looks like things might go a bit southeasterly over the next few days, which could be mildly interesting. I predict... a few more Chiffchaffs.
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Old Sunday 26th March 2017, 21:45   #3135
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Looks like things might go a bit southeasterly over the next few days, which could be mildly interesting. I predict... a few more Chiffchaffs.
Check every bunting. Rustic Buntings have turned up as early as March in the past when the winds were E or SE (I found one really by accident on 7th April long ago). One might be tempted to assume Reed Bunting for every brownish bird at this early time of year. Maybe unlikely nowadays as they have declined but you never know.
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Old Thursday 30th March 2017, 22:02   #3136
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I didn't get a chance to check the buntings on a brief walk this morning but my bold prediction of 'More Chiffchaffs' came to fruition with three seen: one on Abbey Road and two along the north bank. Presumably these were all migrants, as were at least seven Goldcrests. Not too much else was around aside from seven Long-tailed Ducks and six Red-throated Divers. Two Lapwings displaying over Tullos Hill were my first of the year.
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I had a look around the Nigg Bay area this morning, in still, mild and slightly muggy conditions that eventually gave way to light rain. The most heartening sight and sound was of a Swallow twittering over the south side of Torry and then the pools. A fairly early arrival. Four Chiffchaffs were present. Two were singing and there was also another colybita together with the ringed Siberian Chiffchaff. Also about were ten Snipe, a Yellowhammer and a Goldcrest. Five Siskin flew emphatically out towards the North Sea in two separate groups. The Bay held seven Long-tailed Ducks and six Red-throated Divers.
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Despite being slightly cooler than yesterday, there was a bit more 'summer' about today. Not that it was initially apparent around Nigg Bay, which seemed very quiet. A pair of Long-tailed Tits seemed a bit territorial and there were three Goldcrests, four Snipe and the usual two Chiffchaffs singing. Out in the Bay itself were 12 Long-tailed Ducks.

Things picked up in Walker Park, where two male Wheatears were trotting about. In the distance across Aberdeen Bay, four Sandwich Terns were fishing. Then along the north bank, a Swallow cruised around and four Sand Martins were busying themselves at the sand bank below the Battery.

As you'll see from the pictures, there's also a lone 'Hooded Crow' hanging about Nigg Bay. It was around yesterday too. I'm not sure it's the same one that was paired up around the school fields last year but it could be. It's a bit hard to say how close to 100% it is. The grey looks a little bit on the dark side and there are perhaps some black markings on the undertail, although it's in shadow so hard to be sure either way. IDing Hooded Crows in the hybrid zone: in the words of Run DMC, it's tricky.
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This morning,I watched a Buzzard come In off the sea at the Greyhope Bay/Torry Coo.

Is this unusual Andrew/Mark ? Would welcome your thoughts ?
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Yep it's pretty unusual but not out of the question - I've had them coming in-off at different times of year. I bet you were disappointed when it turned out to be 'only a buzzard'!
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This happened today....most unexpected!

Also, 2 Siberian chiffchaffs singing around Nigg bay, and my first willow warbler of the spring too.
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This happened today....most unexpected!

Also, 2 Siberian chiffchaffs singing around Nigg bay, and my first willow warbler of the spring too.
Wow, pretty fancy!
How on earth did you get that close? The few Mandarins I've ever seen were really skittish.
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with a 500 mm lens!

But yes, even though I was walking along a path a good 40 m from it it didn't hang around for long...
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I bet you were disappointed when it turned out to be 'only a buzzard'!
I sure was Mark.Had high hopes when I seen It from a distance heading towards me.
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I'm sure that Mandarin would be a Patch Tick for you ?
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Back birding in Torry today, for the first time in a while. Given that the weather this week has felt more like winter than the actual winter did, it's perhaps not surprising that spring hasn't really kicked on too much while I've been away. There were a few differences from the beginning of the month though. Most obvious were the Willow Warblers, which were numerous. 19 were heard singing - 15 in Nigg Bay and 4 in the Abbey/Victoria Road area. At least a couple looked distiinctly grey with little obvious yellow. There were also five Blackcaps in Nigg Bay, with two pairs rather aggressively chasing one another about. Otherwise, two Chiffchaffs were singing and there was still one Snipe. On the bay itself were four Long-tailed Duck.

Four 'northwestern' looking Wheatears were in Walker Park and a White Wagtail was along the strandline in Greyhope Bay. A Dunlin stopped briefly in the car park there. The best bird was a drake Tufted Duck, swimming near the North Pier. I managed to get home in time to pick it out from the window and make it my 112th species for the house list.

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There was a black-throated diver in Nigg bay earlier on but I didn't see it this afternoon. And I didn't see the tufty either...!
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Not too much new stuff today. A Redpoll over the wetlands was my first of the year, but otherwise things were as they were. There were three Snipe, two Common Scoters, a Dunlin, a Stonechat and at least six Wheatears but for the most part it was a bit quiet in the blustery wind.
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There have been a few migrants about over the past couple of days, although I've not seen as many as others. Today I managed two short wanders. This morning a look around the allotments, north side and battery turned up one of the Black Redstarts that others have been seeing - a female along the shore near the Banana Pier. A Whitethroat was singing nearby. Also a few 'migrant' Willow Warblers and a Blackcap around.

This evening I had a look around Nigg Bay. A Moorhen showed unusually well on the marsh, and I also saw my first Sedge Warbler of the year - though it wasn't singing.
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First House Martin of the year over Torry just now.
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