Snow Bunting-Sollas

Sollas, Isle of North Uist, Outer Hebrides

Type:Birds - Moorland

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Take any of the tracks to the machair between Grenitote and Malacelit. Walk out across the stubble and check especially around areas where livestock is being fed. Feeds on the stubble and around livestock, often in flocks and associating with twite and skylarks.

Visual Description
Buffy brown with white underparts and wing flashes. often seen to scurry and run rather than take flight.grass areas. Pleasant rippling, jingly call, often given as flies away

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