|'Southern' Yellow Wagtail|
|The right side of the bird showed less of a stripe above the eye (the supercilium) which may complicate the identification of this bird even more|
|Black Kite being mobbed by oystercatchers and gulls|
Between the 16th and the 20th we have also seen a Blue-headed Yellow Wagtail (like the above but not quite as rare), a female Ring Ouzel, a female Black Redstart and at least two Turtle Doves as well as a Whinchat, Chiffchaffs, Willow Warblers, Reed Warblers, Blackcaps and lots of Swifts and Swallows.
Some of our breeding seabirds also migrate and today we found a dead Lesser Black-backed Gull that had been ringed, probably on, or near it's wintering grounds in Spain.
Eddie Stubbings, Skomer Warden