Here are a few images from my visit to the Heliport and the Lighthouse.
The heliport was very quite with no Knot present maybe due to the Peregrine patrolling the area.
A female Stonechat was seen on the Helipad but to far off camera to snap.
I had a visit to Red Nab and the Lighthouse snapped the Turnstone on one of the outflows.
The Rock Pipit at the Lighthouse area, I watched it for a good hour
|and enjoyed listening to its Pavarotti impersonation.|
It dug this grub out from under the rope before beating it to death,
took all of 3-4 minutes to finally despatch it.
(Looks like a leather jacket - crane fly larvae MD)
|They were the only Brent geese around the skeer|
|Mallard pair - looking serene|
|Male Bullfinch - easily visible at the moment, before the leaves burst out.|
|Allowing Kevin the opportunity for this "portrait"|
|This Polish ringed Black-headed gull is a regular in the harbour,|
but this is is the first record for 2021
|This was the best shot I managed of the female|
|This looks like a grub. It took her two of these.|