Monday, May 28, 2007

The Mighty Kettleness

Weather was grim this a.m. and I suffered from an uncharacteristic lack of enthusiasm. Eventually arrived at Kettleness just after 11:00 a.m. to seawatch on the rising tide. The sea was well rough and with no shelter on the point watching was tricky but loads of Gannets - most of which were subadult - plenty of Kitts, Razorbills and Guillemots. 12 Manxies and 1 Puffin.

At home a Snipe flew low through the front garden mid-afternoon. And there was a good Toad under a rock.

Photos of Kettleness from Runswick yesterday and vice versa (ish) today.

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