Garden Warbler
Kilmany - 30/05/2021 - Angus Duncan
Egyptian Goose
Letham - 29/05/2021 - John Nadin
Morton Lochs - 29/05/2021 - Angus Duncan
Dunfermline - 29/05/2021 - John Nadin
Meadow pipit
Outhead - 26/05/2021 - Angus Duncan
Common Tern
Fife - 25/05/2021 - Keith Simpson
Tree Pipit
Blairadam - 24/05/2021 - Willie McBay
Spotted Flycatcher
Kilminning - 23/05/2021 - Angus Duncan
Red Backed Shrike
Lower Kilminning - 22/05/2021 - Clare Halliwell
Icterine Warbler
Lower Kilminning - 22/05/2021 - Steve Buckland
Sedge Warbler
Letham - 13/05/2021 - Willie McBay
Eden Estuary - 17/05/2021 - Jared Wilson
Marsh Harrier
Rossie Bog - 17/05/2021 - Clare Halliwell
Curlew Sandpiper
Tayport - 17/05/2021 - Mark Wilkinsom
Yellow Wagtail
East Neuk - 09/05/2021 - Mark Wilkinson
Wood Warbler
Kilminning - 14/05/2021 - Angus Duncan
Pittenweem - 11/05/2021 - Harry Bell
Grasshopper Warbler
Fife Ness - 11/05/2021 - Harry Bell
Lindores Loch - 11/05/2021 - Angus Duncan

Club News

April 2021 Sightings

April started bright and sunny, but with a cold wind. A Swallow was noted at Kilconquhar Loch (1st) with another along with eight Sand Martins

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FBC Hides

As restrictions start to ease, the intention is to allow member access to our hides once again. Health and safety guidance and a new combination

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March 2021 Sightings

After some hard weather during February, March started bright and sunny. Seven White-fronted Geese passed over Kilmany heading W (1st), the resident Glaucous Gull and

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February 2021Sightings

February started with two Ravens, two Kestrels and five Buzzards seen around the Lindores/Redmyre area (1st), a 1st winter Glaucous Gull, one Great Northern Diver

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Bird Recording

FLRC List Additions

Four species have been removed from the SBRC list with effect from 1st January 2020:- Blyth’s Reed WarblerMarsh WarblerOlive-backed PipitLittle Bunting These species will now

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