Curlews - Western Isles Bird Sightings
Curlews - the plumage is generally buffish brown in tone with delicate and intricate markings, visible at close range, streaked underparts and a plain pale area under the tail. Curlews can be seen in many places on The Western Isles.
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Curlews - Isle of Lewis and Harris Bird Sightings
Curlews spend most of the winter in estuaries and mud-flats. They feed on small marine worms, shrimps and shore-crabs. In early spring the birds move inland to breed in upland blanket bogs, lowland raised bogs and rough pasture.
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