Wednesday, 24 June 2009

A few odds and ends of minor interest to appear in the morning included a Northern Lapwing, a Whimbrel, two Collared Doves, a Sand Martin and two Eurasian Siskins. The Blackcap and Willow Warbler remained from the previous day.

Another jaunt into the seabird colonies on the east side of the island revealed a total of 39 Puffins on the sea and a European Storm Pertrel Sitting on an egg.

Storm Petrel (c) Richard Brown

Puffins (c) Steve Stansfield

Razorbills (1- adult, 2- adult with fish, 3- Newly hatched chick, 4- large chick almost ready to fledge (c) Steve Stansfield

Guillemot chick (c) Steven Stansfield

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