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Old Saturday 3rd November 2018, 21:04   #3326
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Rather mild, windy conditions here today. Not too much seemed to be going on in terms of migrants, although a Fieldfare came in off the sea. A female Pheasant was on the north bank.

Most of the interest was out to sea and birds were generally heading south into the wind. Two skuas went through Greyhope Bay. The second was a very dark, broad-winged juvenile Pomarine Skua. The other bird was paler and may well have been the same species but wasn't seen clearly enough. Watching from the Coo produced a pale juvenile Arctic Skua. Two Little Auks came up off the sea and continued south. Also moving were a Long-tailed Duck, four Goldeneye, two Common Scoter and 14 Red-throated Divers. At least three Harbour Porpoises were conspicuous offshore.
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Old Sunday 4th November 2018, 17:26   #3327
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I had quite a good look around today but didn't find too much. The Nigg Bay area held 12 Snipe, three Teal, two Goldcrests and a Chiffchaff. A Woodcock was seen flying off towards the school fields. I had a look round the Ness in the afternoon but things were pretty subdued. Seven Ringed Plovers were on the breakwater and a Siskin flew over Abbey Road.
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Old Saturday 10th November 2018, 18:07   #3328
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Overnight rain had filled the marsh up, but didn't really seem to bring in any significant migrants. Aside from a scatter of Redwings and other thrushes and three heard-only Chiffchaffs there wasn't too much about in the Nigg Bay area. Six Snipe were seen nicely on the ground, which was unusual. At least ten Goldcrests were also around.

An afternoon walk around the Ness was no more productive but it did move along the Purple Sandpiper Totaliser nicely:

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Old Saturday 17th November 2018, 21:31   #3329
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A slightly interesting day in Torry, with easterlies still giving a hint of autumn. The best bird was seen early on, with a Treecreeper in the trees opposite the bowling green on Victoria Road. The Nigg Bay marsh held four Teal, five Snipe and a Water Rail. Maintaining the theme of 'birds that run up tree trunks', a Great Spotted Woodpecker was flying along the railway embankment. Other stuff in that area included a Chiffchaff and two Bullfinches. Several Fieldfares and Redwings were around, with some appearing to come in off the sea.

In the afternoon, a female Blackcap was in the scrub by Inverdee House. Another Snipe was flushed near the Battery and a few more Fieldfares and Redwings came through.

Note on pictures: the Long-tailed Tits are from last Sunday, but I did some today too.
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Old Sunday 18th November 2018, 23:08   #3330
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Not much around today, although a couple of things I don't normally see so well are a Turnstone's tongue and the purple sheen on a Purple Sandpiper.
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Old Monday 19th November 2018, 08:53   #3331
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"I don't normally see so well are a Turnstone's tongue and the purple sheen on a Purple Sandpiper."
I have never seen such things. I'm happy that over time your photographic equipment and/or skills have improved so much I can share it. These are much better than my 'record' shots.
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These gales must be a nightmare for birds.Just seen a Woodcock walking past Brenda's Hairdressers on Victoria Road.
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These gales must be a nightmare for birds.Just seen a Woodcock walking past Brenda's Hairdressers on Victoria Road.
Hopefully Brenda can take it in and give it a blow dry
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Still rather quiet and wintery here in Torry. The Nigg Bay area yesterday morning held a few bits and pieces. Two Mistle Thrushes went south overhead and there were also five Teal, two Snipe, four Goldcrests, two Siskins, a Redpoll and a Chiffchaff. A couple of Water Rails were heard calling.

I looked round the Ness both days but it's really pretty quiet, with quite low numbers of birds. Both Bottlenose Dolphin and Harbour Porpoise have been offshore this weekend.
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Old Sunday 2nd December 2018, 20:59   #3335
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Here's a rather pink looking Goosander from the harbour today. I noticed that it's ringed.
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Old Sunday 16th December 2018, 21:46   #3336
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Another rather quiet weekend here, at least for me. The marsh held three Teal, two Water Rail and three Snipe today. Otherwise it was rather thin pickings.

An apparent Kumlien's Gull was seen today, but as has generally been the case with rarities this year, not by me.

There was some nice light for pictures though.
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Old Sunday 20th January 2019, 21:18   #3337
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Back in town for 2019. A slightly grey and cold town, it has to be said. A few bits and pieces about over the weekend. The Nigg Bay area yesterday morning was quite busy. Six Moorhen, ten Snipe and eight Teal were in the marsh, where I also had fleeting views of a Water Rail. A male Bullfinch, a Redwing and at least six Siskin were also good ones to get under the belt for the year. A rather large flock of 150+ Linnet were up around the works area at Greg Ness and might repay some further investigation.

Elsewhere at the Ness, a male Red-breasted Merganser was sauntering about the harbour yesterday afternoon. A pair of Stonechats gave some close views at Greyhope Bay today. There was also some significant action on the Purple Sandpiper Totaliser:

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Starting as we mean to go on. Yesterday there were also quite large numbers of Bottlenose Dolphins around and I've seen Harbour Porpoise both days, with at least three today.
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Here are the all-important House Sparrow and Starling shots.
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Somewhat arduous conditions this weekend and not too much to report. More seabirds were around, with most of the common species in evidence, particularly Fulmars which were numerous today. There were lots of gulls today but nothing untoward was amongst them. The pair of Stonechats were still about yesterday.

Here are some sea and gulls shots.
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A good inch or so of snow was on the ground in Torry this morning. Most of the marsh in Nigg Bay was frozen over, but waterbirds were still along the burn: eight Teal, at least five Snipe, three Moorhen and fairly showy Water Rail. A Fieldfare and a Bullfinch were are also about.

The best bird in the afternoon around the Ness was a Short-eared Owl, showing nicely around the Battery. Two Mute Swan flew north offshore before settling in Aberdeen Bay. Several Purple Sandpipers were unusually close by, on the shore below the Battery.
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Thanks Ben! It was a similar story this afternoon, with the Short-eared Owl again showing well. It was also good to see the pair of Stonechats again, though the male and female were quite some distance apart from one another, the male in Greyhope Bay and the female by the Coo. A male Red-breasted Merganser was in Aberdeen Bay and a Goldeneye flew south. I saw the pair of Mute Swans again, flying northwards over the harbour at dusk.
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I had a quick look around this afternoon. Not many birds (no sign of the owl) but there was this Otter eating a fish on the harbour breakwater.
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I was around in the afternoon as well. My bird recognition skills are not a patch on yours, both visually and aurally, so I'm never surprised that I don't spot a fraction of the species which you detect. I always spend time looking for otters though, and have some chance of separating them from seals. I am most dischuffed, therefore, that I missed the otter. I have not spotted one for some time, but I will now redouble my efforts when I cycle through the area, as I do, every couple of days.
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Some nice images, not been to Torry yet, must make the effort once I'm fit again, due in hospital for a bit of minor surgery next week, so I hope the Otter will hang around for a while, we don't usually see them in daylight down at Montrose.
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Thanks for the comments. I seem to see Otters here a lot more often than I used to so keep your eyes open. Exposed areas on the breakwaters around the harbour mouth are good places to look. The north breakwater is particularly good.
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Some interest in Torry over the weekend. Yesterday was unexceptional, with a female Red-breasted Merganser in the harbour about the best of it. A female Stonechat was again in Greyhope Bay.

Today the highlight was a Siberian Chiffchaff, hanging around with the tit flock in the small conifers west of the Nigg Bay waterworks. It showed quite well on occasions, although I didn't hear it call. It looks as if something's tried to rip its tail out. Also around were two Goldcrests, ten Teal and six Moorhens. A flock of at least ten Yellowhammers was near the marsh - the highest count I've ever had here.
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Torry owl

I was around the Ness yesterday for a couple of hours with nothing out of the ordinary to report, dropped by today with wife in tow, (who is not into birding in any form) and met this beauty near the Battery car park. Headed off and landed on the small hill behind the allotments.

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Old Saturday 16th February 2019, 19:06   #3350
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Mmmmm..... nice one Jim.

That had to impress your wife, surely? LOL
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