Tuesday, 20 September 2016

Collared

More hard work on the patch, I only managed 2 Lesser Whitethroats, 1 Grey Plover, 14 Golden Plover and a neck-collared Greylag Goose.
Golden Plovers
Neck-collared Greylag


The movements and history of today's collared Greylag Goose -
Loch of Clumlie, south Mainland, Shetland HU4017  16/07/2011
Setter Marsh, Spiggie HU3715 20/08/2011
Setter Marsh, Spiggie HU3715 17/10/2011
Boddam, Mainland HU3915 17/11/2011
Ringasta, Mainland HU3714 11/12/2011
Boddam, Mainland HU3915 29/01/2012
Boddam, Mainland HU3915 15/02/2012
Boddam, Mainland HU3915 11/03/2012
Culsetter HU3715 02/04/2012
Spiggie, Shetland HU3715 28/08/2012
Spiggie, Shetland HU3715 30/08/2012
Ringasta, Shetland HU3714 17/09/2012
Ringasta, Shetland HU3814 03/10/2012
Spiggie, Shetland HU3715 07/10/2012
Ringasta, Shetland HU3814 14/10/2012
Loch of Hillwell HU3713 19/10/2012
Ringasta, Shetland HU3814 24/12/2012
Ringasta, Mainland HU3714 06/01/2013
Boddam, Mainland HU3915 12/01/2013
Spiggie, Shetland HU3715 16/03/2013
Setter Marsh, Spiggie HU3716 30/08/2013
Setter Marsh, Spiggie HU3716 31/08/2013
Quendale HU3712 07/10/2013
Spiggie, Shetland HU3715 01/12/2013
Boddam, Mainland HU3915 26/01/2014
Loch of Clumlie, south Mainland, Shetland        HU4017 27/09/2015
Loch of Clumlie, south Mainland, Shetland HU4017 20/12/2015
Loch of Clumlie, south Mainland, Shetland HU4017 12/03/2016
Loch of Clumlie, south Mainland, Shetland HU4017 26/03/2016
Loch of Clumlie, south Mainland, Shetland HU4017 27/08/2016
Old Scatness, Mainland, Shetland HU3910        20/09/2016


2 comments:

Shetland Storm Force photography said...

Interesting that it doesn't seem to go far

Steve Minton said...

Looks like this is the first time it's been seen south of the runway