"This could be a migrant on passage, but as they usually live in the south of England and move to the Mediterranean, why is he here? They are usually coastal birds in cliffs and in land quarries, but they are a species that is taking advantage of man-made structures and can quite readily be found nesting in cities using ledges of tall buildings and around warehouses, taking advantage of the undergrowth to feed on insects."
Scottish Ornithologists' Club: 'Unmistakeably a black redstart male. We get an average of only two annually in Highland, so a good sighting.'
Many thanks to the Raptor for picture and story.