Today it was typical Faroese weather. Showers, rain, a few rays of sun and then more rain. I only got to go out for an hour or so and decided to check Kunoy.
In the plantation I relocated the Two-barred Crossbill right away. This time it gave splendid views, so I was quite happy.
Other birds included a Redpoll and a Chiffchaff. With the Redpolls brown rump and brown appearance a case could be made about this one being a carbaret (Lesser Redpoll) – unless juvenile flammeas can look like this.
And of course there was a skulky acro around pretending to be a Booted Warbler or something, but this one got photographed at least!