Orkney Image Library

<< back
Wheatear? and midges
The Orkney Image Library

Help us get organised! If we haven't correctly identified which area this picture is best listed under, please select it below and click Done!

view a random pic
Wheatear? and midges

Wheatear? and midges
Large Version View Large Version
Picture added on 14 June 2009
Comments:
Linda, I think that is a male chaffinch..
Added by Elsie on 19 June 2009
I’m thinking its looking more like a chaffinch, but definitely not a wheatear!
Anonymous comment added on 19 June 2009

i think it may be a male linnet.
Anonymous comment added on 23 June 2009
mibbe a bit early for midges too
Added by Willie Watters on 23 June 2009
I didn't think it was a wheatear myself. It and its mate would appear to have a nest in my Rugosa Roses just outside my bedroom window which I thought was strange.
Added by Linda Drever on 03 July 2009
<< back

Westray

Victoria Street, Kirkwall1918. S.S. Hoy from the Point of NessFinstown from WidefordGEORGE REID 1755-1859Doorway to The Gallery, Bridge StreetThe Jarvie Sisters 1915Lizzie Ann Thomson Smith (nee Wilson)John Cooper and Mary Cameron of TifmakaStronsay Central School