Thursday, 13 October 2016
Here's a bird that has attracted quite a following. It's a Siberian Accentor that has just been seen for the first time in Britain. The sighting occurred on Sunday afternoon at Mossy Hill, Scousburgh, Shetland, when the creature well off its usual flight-path - from Northern Siberia to South-East Asia - was spotted by Hugh Harrop and Judd Hunt founder and team-member of Shetland Wildlife. Read on in Shetland News.
Scottish Islands Explorer - few readers in Siberia
Digital Edition: capable of such flights in split-seconds