This is one of the Snow Buntings up at Ardnave, taken by James yesterday. The spell of drier weather continues, and so allowing the farmers the chance to finish their harvest, between combining, baling the straw and then leading the bales back to be stored.
The Barnacle Geese were down on Loch Gorm today along with the numerous Greylags. I have not heard of any more Barnies coming in today. On the lochans below Rockside, amogst the Greylags was a white goose, looks very like a Greylag, possibly the same bird that was around earlier on this year, but now moulted its' feathers and showing a lot more white plumage.