Classic Farnes...even the Song Thrush look rare!
Proof, if proof were needed that it snowed up this way...Snow-capped Cheviots.
Song Thrush bask..
Robin on a cliff face....
A day off in Seahouses (to wash, wash,beer, wash etc) today produced my first singing Willow Warbler of the srping, always a welcome sound! And upon returning to Inner this evening have seen a Chiff (which dropped in mid-afternoon) is still knocking about in the still, serene polar opposite conditions. And with alittle east in the wind you never know...the first Farnes Willow Warbler may be just around the corner!
The calm conditions have also encouraged ALOT of auks back onto the cliffs which made the sail-around trip on route to home mega crippling:
Guillemots taking over!
Amazing Cormorant display!
And some more photos from the past day or two...
Garden Dart larva found while maintaining the boardwalks.
Evening sunlight Rock Pipit..
Male Pied Wagtail loving life.