We had a look for it on Sunday morning without success, so today packed a lunch, nice flask of Green Tea with Lemon and off we go.
Arrived at Croft Pascoe at 07.30am checked out a couple of likely spots and then settled into a spot it seem to favour for hunting, now this spot is a small lay bye along side a secondary road,to venture along it for any distance you take your life in your hands. Most drivers treat this as a race track, and the majority of vehicles must be doing anywhere between 70 and 100+mph.
Any to cut a long story short I stayed until 15.30 pm, met loads of nice people for a chat and did I see the bird? No I did not1 I did get a view of a distant Hen Harrier at 15.00 but it was a Female and not the Male bird I was looking for.
So here are a few views of this area which is located on the Lizard Peninsula and a shot of a distant Common Buzzard.
1 Female Hen Harrier