Four puffins seen this weekend at the Mull!
In other news I am receiving reports of a single goulish eye staring up out of the wishing well at passers by.... mysterious.
My last black guillemot survey of the season this morning. Bright spring day, and the thrift is out all over the cliffs.
Another name for thrift is 'sea-pinks', which is very appropriate.
I took a detour through the field on the way back, and said hello to the cows.
Not very many black guillemots about today, but lovely to be out early on the cliffs on such a beautiful day.
My local volunteer Mel spotted this rare 'bridled' guillemot showing off in the sunshine this afternoon. Doesn't it look smart with it's white specs on?