Monday, 18 July 2011

Another rather quiet day saw the wind continually fixed in the west, and showers blew through during the day. Sea passage was again lacking in anything scarce or rare, although good numbers of common seabirds were seen: eight Fulmars, 2348 Manx Shearwaters, 108 Gannets, two Cormorants, 21 Shags, 28 Kittiwakes, 12 Guillemots, 43 Razorbills and 28 Puffins were the totals. A Blackcap was again at nant, and a Grey Heron was seen around the coast.

Many young Pied Wagtails are dotted around the island at the moment.

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