A stop in Lerwick produced three juvenile Iceland Gulls, one of which we identified as the bird we were watching yesterday due to staining around the neck. A Redwing and a Grey Heron were trip ticks.
After perhaps an hour's wait at Cunningsburgh, the 2CY Common Rosefinch showed well in its favourite garden. With little time now available to catch our flight, we had to make the two Tundra Bean Geese at Sandwick a mere pit stop and even more criminal was our flying visit to Loch of Spiggie, where the Pied-billed Grebe was still at the south end.
|2CY Common Rosefinch at Cunningsburgh|
|Tundra Bean Geese at Sandwick|
|Pied-billed Grebe at Loch of Spiggie|