Great White Egret
Rossie Bog-11/2/18-H.Bell
Great White Egret
Rossie Bog-11/2/18-J.Husband
Red-crested Pochard
Kilconquhar Loch-10/2/18-P.Williams
Kingfisher
Kinghorn Loch-9/2/18-A.Todd
Iceland Gull
Townhill Loch-27/2/18-A.Galbraith
Mediterranean Gull
Buckhaven-26/2/18-J.Nadin
Reed Bunting
Dunfermline-28/2/18-W.McBay
Little Gull
Burntisland-27/1/18-A.Pay
Kestrel
Seafield-19/1/18-H.Bell
Red-throated Diver
Seafield-15/1/18-W.McBay
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Chiffchaff, a very welcome summer visitor that occasionally over-winters.

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