I appear to have found the 4th Curlew Sandpiper for Mull this afternoon. I assume it is massively under recorded as all records are in the last 10 years. Not a particularly smart individual - it is just turning pink. Alongside it were a much smarter band of 40 tundrae Ringed Plovers and 46 Dunlin of at least 2 races. 21 Whimbrel were also present on the beach. This was all going down at Duart Bay in the south east. I tried my luck at Grasspoint round the corner with limited success. This time I just managed a couple of spanking summer plumage Great Northern Divers and twos of Whimbrel and sum plum Turnstone.
Marcus managed to twitch the Curlew Sand so Im not bothering with my record shots for now but will pop his bad boys on tomorrow. A couple of White Wagtails were a bonus as was a singing Sedge Warbler. This morning we had Garden Warbler singing in the garden and a male Hen Harrier hunting the moor above us. Lovely!