The breeze swung around a bit this morning, but always a bit of north in it, ending up WNW. Ocercast but dry.
Sunday, 1 August 2021
Saturday, 31 July 2021
West to WNW breeze regular light showers
|The only ringed bird seen was this metal ringed adult|
You can see the sand mason worms tubes, looking more prominent now.
Friday, 30 July 2021
The wind was light and mainly from the north. Plenty of showers, but not particularly heavy.
|This is a still of the juvenile Mediterranean gull from the above clip|
|This is a still from the original clip. The upper bird is one of juvenile meds, |
but the lower one a juvenile BHG, unfortunately that's the one I followed! (MD)
|Most of the meds were resting on these rocks|
Thursday, 29 July 2021
The strong WSW wind continued through the night and didn't start easing till lunchtime. Showers all day some very heavy.
There was a chance that the wind may have blown in some waifs and strays, and possibly it did, but none were seen/reported.
|Probable fledging Rock Pipit (MD)|
|A view from the waterfall looking back to the lighthouse|
|A before and after view of the lighthouse|
Wednesday, 28 July 2021
The WSW wind was quite fresh in the morning, becoming a strong wind by the evening. Mainly overcast with some light showers during the day, becoming heavy by late evening.
|One of today's Curlew|
|Dunlin in summer plumage|
|This is the SE corner plenty of weed but only gut weed and that is currently everywhere|
|This is a lush area of gut weed, it's like this in several areas away from the SE corner|
|Lions Mane Jellyfish plus my size 9 boot - avoid the temptation to touch!|
(both the jellyfish and my foot! MD)
|Mediterranean gull arriving from the north|
|Black skies over Lancaster|
Tuesday, 27 July 2021
Light west breeze all day. Mainly cloudy but no rain till mid evening when light showers began.
Monday, 26 July 2021
The breeze started from south before turning west, some cloud around, particularly in the morning but plenty of sunshine.
|Willow Warbler, there was another less yellow bird and possibly a third|