|Coal Tit/ musttihane Parus ater. What a smart looking bird. Photo by Tarvo Valker.|
|Two White-backed Woodpeckes has been encountered today at Kihnu island. Finally we managed to get photo of this unusual bird at Kihnu island. Photo by Margus Ellermaa.|
- Jack Snipe/ mudanepp Lymnocryptes minimus - 1 ind. flushed up from the beach. First record of the autumn season
- Short-eared Owl/ sooräts Asio flammeus - 1ind. migrating on the sea. 1st record for the autumn season.
- White Stork/ valge-toonekurg Ciconia ciconia - 1 very late individual migrating. First for the autumn season!
- Pine Gosbeaks/ männileevike Pinicola enucleator - at least 2 individuals presented nearby field station most of the day (presumably same ones as yesterday). But birds are still not photographable.
- Ringed Plover/ liivatüll Charadrius hiaticula - 1 late ind. shortly landed at the beach and when continued migration
- White-backed Woodpecker/ valgeselg-kirjurähn Dendrocopos leucotos - 1 migrating SW and 2nd individual late on shortly feeding at our garden. 3rd and 4th sightning of the autumn season for the White-backed Woodpecker. Also 5 Lesser Spotted Woodpeckers/ väike-kirjurähn Dendrocopos minor has been recorded today. Both species having exceptional invasion this autumn season.
- Black Redstart/ must-lepalind Phoenicurus ochruros - 1 migrating, 2 locals in the field station garden, 1 ind. in the middle of the island.
|1cy White Stork has seen his first snow and ready to start its autumn migration. Photo by Tarvo Valker|