Pallas's Warbler - Keith Simpson
Firecrest - Steve Buckland
Waxwing - Jared Wilson
Purple Sandpiper - Harry Bell
Kingfisher - Harry Bell
Brambling - Steve Buckland
Little Stint - Rob Armstrong
Little Gull - Sandy Morrison
Brent Goose - Harry Bell
Slavonian Grebe - Keith Simpson
Sanderling - Harry Bell
Blackcap - Angus Duncan
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Monthly Sightings Summaries

May 2024 Sightings

The first few days of May brought reports of some of the commoner summer visitors, as well as scarcer visitors. Two Grasshopper Warblers were at Seafield (1st), with two Ravens, three Crossbills and three House Martins seen at Redmyre and noted in Dunfermline were two Wheatears, two Whitethroats, three Willow Warblers and two Chiffchaffs. Sedge Warblers were quite widely reported,

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April 2024 Sightings

April started with a few sightings coming in of Sand Martins, Swallows and Wheatears, though none were in large numbers. A White-fronted Goose was with Greylags and Mute Swans in a grass field on the north shore of Cameron Reservoir (4th), and an Osprey was seen heading over Skelpie Farm and the first of many White Wagtails this spring was

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Information & Updates from FBC

FBC Annual Awards

Winners of the 2023 FBC annual awards were announced at the April 2024 Indoor Meeting:  Rarest Bird Found in Mainland Fife – Jared Wilson, Stejneger’s Scoter, Lower Largo, April-May 2023. Photograph of the Year – Steve Buckland, Sparrowhawk,  (see November

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Focus On: Birds and the Law

Birds and the Law The following is a summary of a presentation provided to Fife Bird Club members in March 2024. Refer to the respective acts for full details. Behaviour around birds and nests Under Section 1 of the Wildlife

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Mainland Fife List -June 2023 update

The mainland Fife Bird List has been updated and  as of 30 June 2023 stood at 342 species (pending acceptance of some records by the relevant rarities committees). The full list can be viewed here.  

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