Richard’s Pipit

Goldcrest

Goldcrest

Is has been windy like Iceland today… So I didn’t ventur out except for a few hours around noon where I went to Viðareiði. As I checked the area eysturi á Hoygum I found a large pipit, that was very flighty. Obviously is was either an african Grassland Pipit, an indian Paddyfield Pipit, a Blyth’s Pipit or a Richard’s Pipit.

Richard's Pipit

Richard’s Pipit

It was very flighty so it took a while to deblythify the pipit, but eventually it was properly deblythified and thus the third Richard’s for the Faroes was a reality – and my third self-found. Well, we need more birders I guess.

Richard's Pipit

Richard’s Pipit

 

Richard's Pipit

Richard’s Pipit

Otherwise there are still many common migrants around – but now the target is Sibirean Accentor of course.

Chiffchaffs

Chiffchaffs

 

Silas

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