Latest News10 May, 2013
Scottish wildcat research uncovers rare migrant bird
A White’s Thrush (Zoothera dauma aurea), a migrant bird species rarely seen in Scotland, has been caught on camera in Sutherland during a research project into the distribution of the Scottish wildcat across Northern Scotland.
The thrush breeds mainly in Siberia and Asia and is a very secretive bird, preferring dense cover. This is almost certainly the first recorded record of the species taken by a camera trap in Scotland.
The Wildlife Conservation Research Uni...
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