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      Latest reports for March 2019

Spring migrants arrivals on Mull
21st March Our first Wheatear along the shoreline at Loch Spelve this morning. Alan Spellman

23rd  excellent views of a full summer-plumaged red throated diver opposite Inch Kenneth.Pete and Jan  www.mullwildlifetours.co.uk                 22nd Single male wheatear at Gribun Martin  Mull Charters
Lapwings at Loch Spelve March 2019
Lapwings  along Loch Spelve shoreline on 22nd March 2019.     Alan Spellman
22nd A small flock of about six Whooper Swans were resting up in the field past the Grasspoint turn off this afternoon. Alan Spellman
20th Bar-tailed Godwit in Salen Bay. Pied-wagtail roost in Dervaig reed bed building to over 40. 2 adult Whooper Swans on Loch Sguabain. WT Eagle flying over Inch Kenneth lifting 90-100 Barnacle geese onto the wing and appeared to be targeting them. Ewan Miles www.naturescotland.com 
Barn Owl by Thomas
This beautiful image of a Barn Owl was taken by Thomas Edwards
21st   Barn Owl  (Unringed) - Dervaig to Salen road at 17:50.  Hen Harrier (Ringtail) - Ulva Ferry (opposite school) at 16:45. Thomas Edwards
20th: Craignure - rock pipit(?), pair grey wagtail, WTE (adult) flying over. . Nancy Somerville
19th: 2 GNDs seen from Craignure-Oban ferry (winter plumage), juvenile kittiwake from Oban-Craignure ferry.Garmony - approx 35 turnstone, 2 wigeon, 4 starlings, at least 3 ringed plover, single (male) mute swan, ringtail harrier.Craignure - approx 40 Canada geese in field by hospital
18th: Craignure - 2 (male) grey wagtails,
. Nancy Somerville
15th: Craignure - single greenshank,  single curlew, approx 6 long-tailed tits, black guillemot (transitioning to summer plumage)
14th: gannet off Java Point. Nancy Somerville

 21st March First Wheatear at Loch Spelve this morning. Alan Spellman