Tuesday, 23 June 2009

East Chevington

A potter up the coast on Monday 22nd was relativley quiet, albeit for East Chevington, where the north pool is finally exposing some mud. 21 1st summer little gull dominated the proceedings, with a single adult roseate tern among the sandwich, common and arctic tern resting below the south hide. Nine grey heron patrolled the south pool, while offshore a large raft of common scoter were beyond the burn mouth and small parties of puffin steamed to and from Coquet Island.

No comments: