News from the North

Wednesday, July 2nd 2014

Difficulties with technology mean that only Robin is able to send photographs of the activities! 

They catch adult birds such Kittiwakes and Guillemots from the ledges using long poles.  This shows Tony thinking about which bird to catch!

The title of this photograph is' vicious beasts!'  Not quite sure why - may be something to do with their beaks?

Razorbills

However Sarah is the Razorbill tamer!  The bird is sitting quietly awaiting ringing.

Sarah the Razorbill tamer!

This is one of the areas where the team have ringed birds for many years so the data can be used to look at population dynamics.

Boulder Field

 'Break time'.

Break time


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