|Razorbills and guillemots at Bull Hole|
|Manx shearwater chick being weighed|
- My first hen harrier!
- The island is home to 4 pairs of short-eared owls, it has been a pleasure watching them hunt Skomer voles to feed their young, even if their ‘barking’ alerted me to their displeasure as I carried out duties around the island.
- For years I have hoped for a grey shrike, and this season I have been blessed with both a lesser grey shrike and a woodchat shrike! Not to mention all the wheatear fledglings.
- Being from Cornwall, the chough holds a special place in my heart and it has been a pleasure watching so many pairs fledge this season. I hope that ‘brân Arthur’ (Arthur’s crow) will once again fill the Cornish skies as it does the Pembrokeshire coast.
|Birthday cake in the garden|