Fortunately it was still present on Monday and Andy managed some
further photos, that I'm sure he won't mind me reproducing one below.
Fortunately it was still present this morning and following a couple of emails from well respected birders the general consensus was that it was an adult female Pallid Harrier.
The site is particularly sensitive in that it is only accessed by a very narrow road with little parking. Taking these factors into account news was released on the proviso that visiting birders respect the residents.
|The best I could manage distantly and at 1600 ISO|
Talking with Andy this evening, neither of us could think of a British adult female Pallid Harrier record, surely there must be?