The last few days I visited Herdla twice. Visiting the wetland in august always deliveres a boost to the "yearlist". Indeed a nice variety of waders present. Best being a group of 16 Black-tailed Godwits (islandica I presume), a Temmincks Snipe, Spotted Redshank, Wood Sandpiper and Red Knot. Today I saw a flyby Little Ringed Plover (at least I thought so), calling briefly, sounding good for that species and showing plain wings without white wing bars. I couldn't find it back, so let it be...
Further the first Barnacle Goose of the autumn, a Kestrel and a Peregrine
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