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Birdwatching in Fife? (1 Viewer)

WhiteTailed22

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Hi all,

I'm looking to birdwatch tomorrow and I fancy some shoreline / wetland birdwatching (after a disappointing woodland walk at Wood of Cree, on the bird front anyway. That's my 5th visit and STILL no Pied Flycatcher)

Can anyone recommended some places to go in this area? Or in fact anywhere in Scotland? I'm situated in Glasgow so willing to drive a few hours if necessary. As I said, would ideally like a shoreline birds to see some waders, rare ones if possible!

Hope someone can help! Cheers.
 

david kelly

Drive-by Birder
Hi all,

I'm looking to birdwatch tomorrow and I fancy some shoreline / wetland birdwatching (after a disappointing woodland walk at Wood of Cree, on the bird front anyway. That's my 5th visit and STILL no Pied Flycatcher)

Can anyone recommended some places to go in this area? Or in fact anywhere in Scotland? I'm situated in Glasgow so willing to drive a few hours if necessary. As I said, would ideally like a shoreline birds to see some waders, rare ones if possible!

Hope someone can help! Cheers.

Now before anyone else leaps in, our FM states you should avoid driving further than 5 miles at the moment.

A good source of information is the “ Where to Watch Birds in Scotland” app which was produced by the Scottish Ornithologists’ Club and is absolutely free. It works for both Android and IOS.

David
 

Stonefaction

Stuck in Dundee.....
Scotland
Now before anyone else leaps in, our FM states you should avoid driving further than 5 miles at the moment.

A good source of information is the “ Where to Watch Birds in Scotland” app which was produced by the Scottish Ornithologists’ Club and is absolutely free. It works for both Android and IOS.

David

Hear, hear.
 

WhiteTailed22

Active member
Now before anyone else leaps in, our FM states you should avoid driving further than 5 miles at the moment.

A good source of information is the “ Where to Watch Birds in Scotland” app which was produced by the Scottish Ornithologists’ Club and is absolutely free. It works for both Android and IOS.

David

Fair point David. I'll refrain for the meantime and go somewhere a bit more local. Hopefully get a birdwatch in that area some time in the not so distant future!
 

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