Wednesday, 19 January 2011

Sea mist and fog banks rolled around out at sea and over the island and even the sound was enshrouded in it. In the frequent breaks when sunlight burst through the gaps, the island felt very spring-like with the Robins, Dunnocks and Blue Tits calling and singing in the bushes. Yet again, there were a few birds on the east side with twenty two Fulmars, fifty Razorbills and fifty Guillemots seen. A Sparrowhawk was hunting at nant along with a Buzzard nearby whilst elsewhere four Woodpigeons and a Skylark were seen.

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