Monday, 6 June 2011

Monday 6th June

Just to spoil the script, it has stayed dry today, which is just as well. Some of us were out helping with the Seabird survey round Nave Island and along the coast line back from Sanaig to Smaull. There was a bit of a swell here and there, but we all came back safe and sound. All going well, I may have the figures for tomorrow's entry. Highlights included a Golden Eagle, a Manx Shearwater, 3 Great Northern Divers and also a Red throated Diver. On the way over to meet with everybody, down at Sunderland Farm, there were a few families of Greylags heading down towards Loch Gorm, with goslings of different ages. Also this morning, George had a Magpie down in his garden at Bruichladdich, and it was still to be seen there later on this afternoon.

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