However we were quickly back on the road and heading to Fife. 4.5 hours later we arrived and thankfully saw the Eastern Olivaceous Warbler at Kilminning Castle. Only brief views were had, but good enough so we quickly moved just around the corner where eventually, a very skulky Radde's Warbler showed.
A further 1.5 hours in the area produced brilliant views of both the Olly & Radde's, and also a Red-breasted Flycatcher. A great day with some great birds. I arrived home at 11.30pm having driven 1120 miles.
I have now reached the target of seeing 300 species in a year, but I won't stop until the end!
Knott End-on Sea, Lancashire:
PALLAS'S WARBLER - UK Yearlist 300 BOU
Pink-footed Geese - 100
Kilminning Castle, Fife:
EASTERN OLIVACEOUS WARBLER - 1 - 301 BOU
RADDE'S WARBLER - 1 - 302 BOU
Red-breasted Flycatcher - 1
Eastern Olivaceous Warbler in Fife
Isle of May - Fife