Another nice sunny day over here, although there has been quite a wind blowing for most of the time, at least it seemed to be a bit warmer.
A Grey wagtail had been seen on one of the burns on the Rhinns the other day. Back here at home, the elusive Corncrakes are still calling well, but proving hard to see. It does not help that the cover of Nettles and flag iris has grown quite a bit recently. Some of the flag iris has just started to flower too. Instead of catching a glimpse of a Corncrake, we just had to make do with a flypast by 10 young Chough.