Wednesday, 1 April 2015

It was a rather cold and breezy beginning to April, although wind strengths were not quite as severe as the 31st. A Storm Petrel flying south past the South End in the morning was a good start to the day, being the first of the year so far; a Merlin and single female Sparrowhawk were seen hunting near Ty Pellaf; two Common Scoters and 25 Manx Shearwaters passed by out to sea; and a single Chiffchaff and 21 Goldcrests sought shelter in the vegetated areas inland.


Some stormy seascapes taken around the Narrows at high tide, with Oystercatchers (top) and a Herring Gull (lower). 

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