Some News from the North

Thursday, July 2nd 2015

Adam reported 'Having a good time up here and catching some good birds, we managed to kayak out to Faraid Stack today to ring some Guillemots, Razors (Razorbills) and Shags. Sea is very calm.'

Leanne took this photograph at Loch Torridon.  She had just ringed this Herring Gull chick.

Leanne and Herring Gull Chick

The team have one more full day ringing before heading home on Friday.  We look forward to hearing how the seabird colonies have fared during the breeding season.


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