Saturday, 18 June 2016

Mr Blue Skyyy....

2 Roseate Terns and an adult Little Gull went north past Whitburn Obs by 09.30 this morning. Saint Mark and Stoney joined me for a memorable sea watch. The sky was solid grey till the last hour when for the first time in what seems like ages some blue sky emerged.
Don't forget its bioblitz from 6pm today for 24 hours so come along tomorrow and join in
This is what we saw in order of appearance

Saturday 18th June N3 full cloud cover then 6/8

Sandwich Tern 36n 32s
Fulmar 104n
Gannet 344n 41s
Eider 4s
Puffin 120n 20s
Common Scoter 136n 8s
Arctic Tern 58n
Common Tern 19n 2s
Manx Shearwater 83n 1s
Arctic Skua 2n 1s
Curlew 4n
Red th Diver 2n 1s
Little Gull 1n ad
Roseate Tern 2n
Black h Gull 1s
Common Gull 1n