Yesterday morning I seen a single Twite , today Clahane produced 10 Twite that were feeding well along the roadside and boulder field but disappeared after a Kestrel came through .
Experianced Cold water Surfer, Birdaholic and Wildlife photography enthusiast from the Atlantic coast of the Burren, County Clare, Ireland. and sometimes beyond...
November 3, 2021
The Twite time at Clahane
Around the first few weeks of November Twite have a habit of dropping into Clahane to feed on seed on the roadside and edges of the sea walls. Linnets also come here in good numbers to do the same thing, but rarely do the flocks mix, the Twite just seem a bit more wary and tend to feed off the road in among the grasses and stones
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