Here are a few picture form the weekend of pottering about on the Isle of May NNR
One of five landings on Saturday
The Northern Lighthouse Board were on the Island to replace an Alternator in the Mainlight.
This Icterine Warbler left the safety of the bushes and acted like a Wheatear
The ringers had trapped,ringed and released the Icterine Warbler the day before
Our first Lesser Black-backed Gulls hatched on Friday.
Woodpidgeons are scarce on the island. This one was made rather unwelcome by the local Rock Pipit.
This young Shore Crab gave me a surprise as I pulled up the rope before the May Princess came in.
Many Puffins are coming in with beaks full of fish.
The seabirds we're well 'papped' along Three Tarn Nick